Tan G. M. Alvin

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An increased interest in renewable energy such as wind, solar and etc. has reintroduced embedded generation to the power system network. However, traditional networks are designed for power to flow from the grid to the load. The integration of embedded generation into the system brought forth the issue of reverse power flow to system. A reverse flow of(More)
With the availability and reduced cost of renewable energy sources such as Solar PV, distributed generation (DG) becomes an increasingly common practice in harnessing these energy sources. However, a high level of penetration of the energy sources in the distribution network will cause issues such as reverse power flow and the disruptions to the(More)
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