Probabilistic Impact Assessment of Low Carbon Technologies in LV Distribution Systems

@article{NavarroEspinosa2016ProbabilisticIA,
  title={Probabilistic Impact Assessment of Low Carbon Technologies in LV Distribution Systems},
  author={Alejandro Navarro-Espinosa and Luis F. Ochoa},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={2192-2203}
}
Residential-scale low carbon technologies (LCTs) can help decarbonizing our economies but can also lead to technical issues, particularly in low voltage (LV) distribution systems. To quantify these problems this work proposes a probabilistic impact assessment methodology. First, realistic 5-min time-series daily profiles are produced for photovoltaic panels, electric heat pumps, electric vehicles, and micro combined heat and power units. Then, to cater for the uncertainties of LCTs (e.g., size… CONTINUE READING

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