Overvoltage considerations in applying distributed resources on power systems

  title={Overvoltage considerations in applying distributed resources on power systems},
  author={P. Barker},
  journal={IEEE Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting,},
  pages={109-114 vol.1}
  • P. Barker
  • Published 2002 in IEEE Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting,
Distributed resources (DR) can be a source of overvoltage problems for the electric power system if care is not exercised in the design and interface of the DR equipment. Conversely, DR may be adversely impacted by overvoltage conditions that originate on distribution feeders during faults, switching events, or as a result of lightning. Use of the appropriate DR grounding, interface transformer winding, proper switching methods, anti-island protection settings, lightning surge protection, and… CONTINUE READING
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