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Dynamic control over real and reactive power flow is one of the key areas of concern for the modern grid. Traditional FACTS-based devices have proven to be too costly and complex to achieve any significant market penetration. Modifying existing transmission assets to make them controllable may be a cost-effective method of increasing the grid(More)
Utilities implementing grid modernization programs or facing challenges of increased level of renewable integration are seeking tools that can provide distributed and dynamic Volt/Var control (VVC). This paper presents a distributed autonomous VVC approach that uses a large number of small rated var injection sources to convert a distribution feeder into a(More)
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