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Due to the difficulty in power network reinforcement and the interconnection of more distributed generations, fault current level has become a serious problem in transmission and distribution system operations. The utilization of fault current limiters (FCLs) in power system provides an effective way to suppress fault currents and result in considerable(More)
Distributed generation (DG) and microgrid will play important roles in the future electric network operations. They could improve energy efficiency, minimize environmental impacts and enhance power system reliability. A power scheduling approach considering load/generation changes and time of use (TOU) tariff for a low voltage DC microgrid incorporating(More)
Due to physical limitations of power network and ever growing power demands from customers, utilities are facing the challenge of providing a high quality and continuous electricity supply. In order to maintain the stability of the network, increasing the infrastructure capacity becomes necessary. Alternatively, utilities can implement SPS (System(More)
Previous studies have suggested that, with proper planning, distributed generation (DG) could provide system operation and planning benefits such as reduced losses and enhanced reliability. However, the allowable DG interconnection capacity at each site of the existing network is often restricted by fault current level, voltage variation and power flow(More)