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      • System load vs actual forecast

        The system load, measured in MW, is continuously changing. It is influenced by a number of factors such as weather, living patterns and holidays. OETC starts with a forecast and dispatches the generation to balance load and generation. The dispatch is continuously adjusted in real time conditions.

      • Hourly Frequency

        The system frequency, measured in Hertz (or Cycles per seconds) is like the pulse of the electrical grid. This can change anytime, and we bring you hourly values of the frequency measurement. Our frequency is nominal of 50.0 Hz value, and Grid Code requires OETC to maintain frequency mostly in 49.9 Hz to 50.1 Hz range unless it is a disturbed condition. Note that OETC grid is interconnected to GCCIA grid as well as to PDO grid. Hence the frequency is same all through the interconnected grid.

      • Live Frequency

        The system frequency, measured in Hertz (or Cycles per seconds) is like the pulse of the electrical grid. This can change anytime, and we bring you a minute-wise update of the frequency measurement. Frequency is an indicator of the balance between load and generation. If both are perfectly balanced, the frequency is equal to 50.0 Hz.