The paradigm of future power systems described here offers a method of standardizing the interface of all electrical supplies, including conventional power plants and new add-ons, such as wind/solar farms, electrical vehicles and energy storage systems, and a majority of loads with the transmission and distribution networks, by exploiting the synchronisation principle of synchronous machines. This model opens the prospect of achieving completely autonomous operation of power systems.
How to Achieve Completely Autonomous Power in the Next Generation of Smart Grids
Posted: 13 Sep 2013
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