Power Quality Challenges and Solutions in Distributed Generation Integration
Prahallada M. B
Microgrid, Demand Side Management, Demand Response.
The integration of distributed generation (DG) sources into the electrical grid, particularly renewable energy systems, has introduced a new paradigm in power generation. While DG systems offer numerous benefits, including enhanced grid resilience and reduced environmental impact, they also pose substantial challenges to power quality. This research article provides a comprehensive examination of power quality issues in the context of DG integration, with a focus on voltage fluctuations, harmonics, and protection coordination. Additionally, it explores a range of methods and technologies aimed at mitigating these challenges and ensuring the stability and reliability of power supply. Real-world case studies and data analysis are presented to illustrate the practical implications of power quality management in DG integration. The findings emphasize the critical importance of addressing these challenges for the successful integration of DG sources and offer insights for utilities, policy-makers, and researchers as they navigate the evolving energy landscape.
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Unique Paper ID: 161925

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1

Page(s): 384 - 388
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