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Controller development for reactive power flow management between DSO and TSO networks
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019-11-21)
In the future, new solutions for active and reactive power control related to the flexibility services offered by distributed energy resources (DER) will be needed even more. One ancillary service which DER could provide ...
Multi-objective model for allocation of gas turbines with the aim of black-start capability enhancement in smart grids
Installation of new power generating units as backup black-start (BBS) sources is a vital issue to improve the acceleration of power network restoration, especially when a serious problem is occurred in main BS units (BSUs) ...
Application of opportunistic information-gap decision theory on demand response aggregator in the day-ahead electricity market
The proposed model analyzes the profit of a demand response (DR) aggregator from trading DR in the day-ahead electricity market in a way that it tends to gain profit from the favorable deviations of the uncertain parameters. ...
Principles of power management in a smart microgrid based on Std. IEC 61850
In recent years, the structure of the electrical power system has changed, and all aspects of power generation have shifted towards bidirectional and smart methodology. The Microgrid (MG) as a popular concept for the modern ...
Islanding detection during intended island operation of nested microgrid
In the future, functionalities like islanding detection must also operate during intended island operation of (MV+MV or MV+LV) nested microgrids. In this paper, healthy and faulty islanding detection of LV network connected ...
Prospects and costs for reactive power control in Sundom smart grid
New options to provide the technical ancillary services locally and system-wide by distributed energy resources (DER) are needed in the future. Sundom Smart Grid (SSG), local smart grid pilot in Vaasa, offers a novel ...