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Load Shedding Project Pertamina

What does load shedding mean?

Load shedding (load shedding) is a way to distribute demand for electrical power across multiple power sources. Load shedding is used to relieve stress on a primary energy source when the demand for electricity is greater than the primary power source can supply.

Load shedding is a process in which the power supply to certain areas or customers is deliberately cut off or reduced for a temporary period of time. This is typically done by electric utility companies when the demand for electricity exceeds the supply capacity.

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Load shedding is used as a last resort measure to prevent a total blackout or power outage, which can have serious economic and social consequences. During periods of high demand, the electric grid can become overloaded, leading to a drop in voltage levels and potential damage to the equipment.

By shedding the load or reducing the demand on the system, the grid can stabilize and prevent a complete collapse. This is typically done by selectively cutting off power to certain areas or customers for a short period of time, typically a few hours at a time.

Load shedding is often managed by using automated systems that can monitor the demand for electricity in real time and adjust the supply accordingly. The decision to initiate load shedding is typically based on a number of factors, including the weather conditions, the time of day, and the availability of alternative power sources.

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While load shedding can be disruptive for customers, it is an important tool for maintaining the stability of the power grid and preventing more serious problems such as a total blackout or brownout.

Arrived on Site: 28102022

Load Shedding Project Pertamina
Load Shedding Project 

This project does not use SICAM PAS software but uses SICAM Toolbox software for the SICAM A8000 device configuration. 

The scope of this project:

  1. Load Shedding 
  2. PRP 
  3. HMI for Monitoring


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