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My entire grid had an all-time high of 700mw load a Shake And Bake That Just Happened Shirt. Our daily frequency shifts would be a stage 3 or 4 loads shed down south, it’s always fun to get operators from outside and mess with them! Maybe they were thinking of a dump load but didn’t fully understand the concept? From my understanding that’s particularly useful for renewable sources that can’t be easily disconnected when the grid doesn’t require the power, they’re producing. While I’ve never heard of them ‘dumping’ into the ground. I’ve heard of using massive resistive loads like air or water heating elements to divert and dissipate power safely.
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