Distributed generation (DG) supplies green power from locally available renewable energy resources, but large scale DG in the distribution system may give rise to security and operational issues. Funded by the Chinese government, Tianjin University has developed a series of software, hardware and research platforms for microgrids which were widely adopted by demonstration projects in China.
Microgrid Experience at the Key Laboratory in Tianjin
Posted: 14 Dec 2014
Xialin Li and Chengshan Wang
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