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Expanding the renewable energy sources usage in power systems will help the government meet its energy policy goals of lowering emissions, ensuring high power supply reliability, and promoting spot markets with high competitivity.  However, due to the intermittent nature of these sources, this will necessitate the mitigation of network vulnerabilities. High wind energy penetration in the grid could have an impact on the system frequency, voltage, real and reactive power response, and power quality of the system. The main objective of this paper is to investigate how the integration of wind farms in the Jalan Bani Bu Ali (JBBA) area will affect Oman's main interconnected system (MIS). Results show that the effect is minor on voltage and frequency stability by all disturbances taken into account.

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Al-Badi, A. ., Elhaffar, A., AlBadi, N. ., AlDarmaki, I. ., & AlSenani, A. (2024). Minimizing the Effect of Integrating Wind Farms on Transmission Power Systems. The Journal of Engineering Research [TJER], 20(2), 138–148.