Optimal Power Scheduling for Smart Grids Considering Controllable Loads and High Penetration of Photovoltaic Generation

  title={Optimal Power Scheduling for Smart Grids Considering Controllable Loads and High Penetration of Photovoltaic Generation},
  author={Zakaria Ziadi and Shun Taira and Masato Oshiro and Toshihisa Funabashi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid},
The distributed generator (DG) has a huge economical and environmental potential, especially if it is based on renewable energy sources (RESs). It is very important for the future development of smart grids. However, high penetration of DGs into distribution systems can cause voltage deviations beyond the statutory range, and reverse power flow toward the substation transformer. Consequently, it can increase the distribution system losses if it is not well supervised. Thus, in order to meet… CONTINUE READING
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