Distributed generation and security of supply: Assessing the investment deferral

  title={Distributed generation and security of supply: Assessing the investment deferral},
  author={David T-C. Wang and Luis F. Ochoa and Gareth P. Harrison},
  journal={2009 IEEE Bucharest PowerTech},
Technology advances together with environmental concerns have paved the way for the increasing integration of Distributed Generation (DG) seen over recent decades, having an important role in governments' targets. While several technical challenges are now faced by Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) in order to properly accommodate DG developments, one of the major and well-recognised benefits is the ability of DG to defer future demand-related investments. Here, a more integral approach is… CONTINUE READING
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