Yves Reckinger

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The transition from today’s electricity grid to the so-called smart grid relies heavily on the usage of modern information and communication technology to enable advanced features like two-way communication, an automated control of devices, and automated meter reading. The digital backbone of the smart grid opens the door for advanced collecting,(More)
As more renewable energy sources (RES) get connected to the electric power network, the stability of the system is gradually put into increasing risk. RES lack stabilizing characteristics, such as inertia, which are inherent to conventional synchronous machines. Mimicking inertia techniques, by appropriately controlling an external power source such as a(More)
Micro-generations and future grid usages, such as charging of electric cars, raises major challenges to monitor the electric load in low-voltage cables. Due to the highly interconnected nature, real-time measurements are problematic, both economically and technically. This entails an overload risk in electricity networks when cables must be disconnected for(More)
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