Disruptive power outages of the past few years have resulted in customer outcries for a power delivery system that is able to withstand major storms more effectively, and self healing is one possible solution. Self-healing is not a new concept, but previous system designs must be re-evaluated to ensure proper operation with a high penetration of distributed energy resources, which pose new challenges and offer new opportunities for improved performance during emergencies.
Distribution Automation and the Self-Healing Network
Posted: 14 Apr 2014
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