The contract to design build and install an Ancillary Services Monitoring (ASM) & Dynamic System Monitoring (DSM) metering panel for the connections of Sandy Knowe Wind Farm in Dumfries and Galloway to the Glen glass Substation has been awarded to Kenda Electronic Systems.
Sandy Knowe Wind Farm project will feature 24 turbines with the initial first phase planned to be on line by the end of 2021 and the remainder of the project expected to come on line during the first six months of 2023.
The Panel will be designed built and installed by Kenda Electronic Systems and will include Kenda’s Nebula ASM which will interrogate of the remote settlement meters. DSM equipment will also be built in to the panel.
All Kenda products are built to meet National Grid technical specifications, Installation and Commissioning of the equipment at Sandy Knowe Substation will be carried out by Kenda’s qualified and authorized engineers to comply with National Grid standards and regulations.