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Title: Macroprotections for Microgrids: Toward a New Protection Paradigm Subsequent to Distributed Energy Resource Integration
Authors: Saeed Teimourzadeh;Farrokh Aminifar;Mahdi Davarpanah;Josep M. Guerrero
subject: macroprotections|transmission-system level|electrical power generation|distributed energy resource integration|microgrids|emission reduction|power delivery systems
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The need for cleaner and more efficient electrical power generation along with limited funds for the construction of bulk generation and transmission facilities has motivated power system utilities to deploy distributed energy resources (DERs). Onsite generation by DERs offers various economic and environmental benefits for end customers, utilities, and society. These benefits include enhanced reliability and resilience of power delivery systems and deferment of investments for bulk generation, transmission, and distribution expansions. Furthermore, DER integration may lead to lower losses at the transmission-system level and emission reduction of large fossil-fueled power plants [1], [2]. DER integration has modified the conventional, centralized bulk generation concept and introduced new notions, such as the microgrid (μG) [3].
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URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/139976
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/653950
ISSN: 1932-4529
volume: 10
issue: 3
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Title: Macroprotections for Microgrids: Toward a New Protection Paradigm Subsequent to Distributed Energy Resource Integration
Authors: Saeed Teimourzadeh;Farrokh Aminifar;Mahdi Davarpanah;Josep M. Guerrero
subject: macroprotections|transmission-system level|electrical power generation|distributed energy resource integration|microgrids|emission reduction|power delivery systems
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The need for cleaner and more efficient electrical power generation along with limited funds for the construction of bulk generation and transmission facilities has motivated power system utilities to deploy distributed energy resources (DERs). Onsite generation by DERs offers various economic and environmental benefits for end customers, utilities, and society. These benefits include enhanced reliability and resilience of power delivery systems and deferment of investments for bulk generation, transmission, and distribution expansions. Furthermore, DER integration may lead to lower losses at the transmission-system level and emission reduction of large fossil-fueled power plants [1], [2]. DER integration has modified the conventional, centralized bulk generation concept and introduced new notions, such as the microgrid (μG) [3].
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/139976
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/653950
ISSN: 1932-4529
volume: 10
issue: 3
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Macroprotections for Microgrids: Toward a New Protection Paradigm Subsequent to Distributed Energy Resource Integration
Authors: Saeed Teimourzadeh;Farrokh Aminifar;Mahdi Davarpanah;Josep M. Guerrero
subject: macroprotections|transmission-system level|electrical power generation|distributed energy resource integration|microgrids|emission reduction|power delivery systems
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The need for cleaner and more efficient electrical power generation along with limited funds for the construction of bulk generation and transmission facilities has motivated power system utilities to deploy distributed energy resources (DERs). Onsite generation by DERs offers various economic and environmental benefits for end customers, utilities, and society. These benefits include enhanced reliability and resilience of power delivery systems and deferment of investments for bulk generation, transmission, and distribution expansions. Furthermore, DER integration may lead to lower losses at the transmission-system level and emission reduction of large fossil-fueled power plants [1], [2]. DER integration has modified the conventional, centralized bulk generation concept and introduced new notions, such as the microgrid (μG) [3].
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/139976
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/653950
ISSN: 1932-4529
volume: 10
issue: 3
Appears in Collections:2016

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