WHAT IS THE GRID CODE COMPLIANCE?
The GRID CODE COMPLIANCE are provisions issued by the CRE that contain the minimum requirements necessary to guarantee the efficient development of all the processes associated with SEN.
Through it, activities such as the interconnection of power plants, the connection of load centers, the planning and operation of the electrical system are regulated.
Its objective is to establish the necessary technical criteria that all the members of the Electric Industry must observe and comply with in a mandatory manner during the development of their activities, to guarantee that the electrical system reaches and maintains an operation.
ENSURE OPERATION SEN
MEMBERS OF THE ELECTRICAL INDUSTRY
APRIL 9, 2019
They will be classified into 2 types depending on the magnitude of the default condition:
Serious (Impact on third parties)
Fine from 2 to 10% of the gross income received the previous year
Fine of 50 to 200 thousand minimum wages, equivalent to 5 and 20 million pesos
I DO NOT COMPLY?
The Electric Power System can be evaluated at any time by inspection or verification units designated by the CRE.
In the event of demand expansion procedures, new connection points, supplier changes, etc., it is necessary to deliver compliance studies and it is verified by means of measurements to approve the end of the required procedure.
This study aims to verify compliance with the grid code. Measurements are made at the PCC, with a measurement equipment that has the resolution required in the established methodologies.
The grid code issued by the CRE on April 8, 2016 is mandatory for all electric power systems and generating plants interconnected to the grid.
DURING THE GRID CODE STUDY IS CONSIDERED:
% Time Consideration
Possible solutions to future scenarios
Different loading conditions
Consider network distortions outside the load center
Ensure compliance in different scenarios
WE ARE MEMBERS OF THE GRID CODE CONSULTIVE COMMITTEE
Mechanical Electrical Engineer graduated from the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, with a postgraduate degree in Business Administration and a Specialty in Senior Management from the Pan-American Institute of Senior Business Management (IPADE). He has 15 years of experience in the electricity sector and serves as a member of the Grid Code Reliability Advisory Committee in the Energy Regulatory Commission. He has stood out as an exhibitor at various conferences and forums on topics related to power electronics systems, optimization of energy quality for high-consumption industrial users and new requirements derived from the energy reform. He is currently serving as the Commercial Director of the company.
Mechatronics Engineer, graduated from the University of Monterrey, with a specialty in Energy Markets from the University of Zaragoza in Spain, as well as in Energy Policy from the Sciences Po University in France. He has a Master's Degree in Energy Law from the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León. He is a member of the Grid Code Reliability Advisory Committee in the Energy Regulatory Commission and has more than 9 years of experience in the implementation of high consumption engineering projects in DIRAM.
OUR ROLE WITHIN THE COMMITTEE IS
Voice of the industry within the committee
We present and achieve regulatory improvements
We advise the committee on technical issues
The application from DIRAM company was selected, since it was considered that the technical profile of the applicant corresponds to the objective of the committee