How new microgrid technologies enable optimal cooperation among distributed energy resources
Type: White Paper
Categories: Commercial, Demand Management, Distributed Energy Resources, Industrial, Microgrids, Power Prices
Date Published: 3/15/2017
Source: Schneider Electric
Primary Topic: Microgrids
This white paper presented by Schneider Electric covers microgrid technologies in detail and explores their role in the new energy transition.
Microgrids are local, interconnected energy systems that — in electrical domain —are defined within boundaries, incorporating loads, distributed energy resources (including storage), and specific control capabilities. Implementation of microgrids requires new technologies to enable cooperation among distributed energy resources with a shared objective, analyze strategies to optimally operate and manage the interconnected system, or relieve design constraints regarding bidirectional power systems.
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