GSO IEC TR 62672:2021

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Reliability and availability evaluation of HVDC systems

Scope
IEC TR 62672:2018(E) applies to all line-commutated and voltage-sourced high-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission systems used for power exchange in utility systems. The purpose of this document is to define a standardized reporting protocol so that data collected from different HVDC transmission systems can be compared on an equitable basis. This document covers point-to-point transmission systems, back-to-back interconnections and multi-terminal transmission systems.
Adoption without modification
IEC TR 62672:2018
01 July 2021

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GSO IEC/TS 62672-1:2016
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