Influences of a “Hybrid Grid” on the Network’s Voltage Quality and Supply Reliability

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Sharmistha Bhattacharyya, Johanna Myrzik, Jos Meeuwsen

The electricity is a basic need for functioning of modern society. In the deregulated electricity market, delivering quality power to the clients is a challenge for the utilities. In this paper, a “hybrid grid” is discussed that consists of centralized generations and localized distributed generations which may be comprised of small-scale conventional and sustainable sources. Energy storage option is also integrated in the hybrid-grid. Simulations are done on a test network, using “Power-Factory” software.

It was found from the analysis that voltage quality and power supply availability of a hybrid-grid can be improved by proper selection of energy storage system along with protective and control devices.


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