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Autonomous soft open point control for active distribution network voltage level management
With rapid development towards sustainable smart grids, the future electricity distribution networks should be able to host more and more distributed generation (DG) and enable also higher demand peaks e.g., due to charging ...
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 ...
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) ...
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 ...
Analysis Application of Controllable Load Appliances Management in a Smart Home
(Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI), 2019-09-27)
The residential sector is one of the sectors with the highest rates of electricity consumption worldwide. For years, many studies have been presented in order to minimize energy consumption at the residential level. The ...
Multi-simulation environment for smart grid : co-simulation approach
Wide area measurement and control methods should be employed in modern grids to ensure a more resilient power system. Digital communication technologies play a vital role in such systems, and delays in the communication ...