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Dist.gen 1

  1. 1. Distributed Generation in Electric Power Systems Renewable- Green/Sustainable Electric Power Systems
  2. 2. Contents: What is Distributed Generation-DG? Todays Dispersed/Distributed Utility Vision for Distributed Generation (DG) Technologies for DG Tomorrows Distributed-Utility Some Utility Benefits of Using DG Customer Benefits of DG Safety/Isolation/Grounding
  3. 3. What is Distributed Generation?[1],[2]
  4. 4. TodaysCentral Utility [2] Central Generation Different types of Customers: •Industrial •Commercial •Residential
  5. 5. Vision forDistributed Generation (DG)[3] Traditional Electric System Traditional Electric System + Personalized Power through Distributed Generation (DG)
  6. 6. Technologies for DG [1]
  7. 7. TomorrowsDistributed Utility [2]Central Generation Wind Genset Remote Loads Fuel Cell PV Battery Customer Efficiency Microturbine
  8. 8. Some Utility Benefits ofUsing DG [1],[2] Maximum use of standby Generation capacity through safe parallel operation with the utility grid Cost-effective solution consistent with least cost planning Improved system load factor-LF Enhanced voltage- stability and avoided line loss/Blackout during heavy-load Dispatchable peak demand reduction Improved customer Reliability
  9. 9. Customer Benefits of DG [1] Electricity-Bill reduction Reliability improvement Power Quality (PQ) improvement Utility-Customer partnerships Alternative Generation Green Renewable Electric Energy
  10. 10. Interconnection requirements [1]
  11. 11. Summary The Distributed Generation-DG systems is defined. The Vision for DG is introduced. Traditional Generation system and New Distributed Generation are introduced. Benefits of DG are introduced for both utility and customer. Interconnection Requirements are introduced.
  12. 12. References:[1][2] http://[3] http://