Control of Power Electronic Interfaces in Distributed Generation

@inproceedings{Arulampalam2003ControlOP,
  title={Control of Power Electronic Interfaces in Distributed Generation},
  author={Atputharajah Arulampalam and Mike Barnes and Alfred Engler and Andy. Goodwin and Nick Jenkins},
  year={2003}
}
Technological advances and environmental pressures are driving the interconnection of renewable energy sources to the distribution network. The interconnection of large amounts of non-traditional generation however causes problems in a network designed for ‘conventional’ operation. The use of power electronics interfaces and the ‘bundling’ of micro-generation and loads into so-called Microgrids, offers a potential solution. Each Microgrid is designed to operate as a ‘good citizen’ or near ideal… CONTINUE READING
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