The limited switching frequency, size and weight concerns, and the stringent limits for the injected grid current harmonics challenge the implementation of LCL grid filters for low-voltage multi-megawatt (multi-MW) renewable energy converters. Traditional design procedures of such filters employed in low power and high switching frequency converters may not hold for a multi-MW filter interfacing a low-voltage converter switching at low frequency to the electric grid. This paper proposes an LCL-filter design algorithm spanning a wide power range of multi-MW converters where impacts of favored current control method, damping method and pulse-width modulation (PWM) technique are reflected within the design phase. Filter design algorithm was tested under 0.5, 1, and 2-MVA applications. The impacts of designated damping and current control methods were elaborated in terms of dynamic and steady-state performance using 1-MVA converter design case.