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Power Quality and EMC in Smart Grid

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1 Author(s)
Olofsson, M. ; Swedish Nat. Electr. Safety Board, Kristinehamn, Sweden

Smart grid is increasingly seen as a means to facilitate climate friendly renewable energy sources (renewables) and to enable efficient use of electricity. For example, modern electrical networks can link wind- and solar power with electric cars. A consequence of smart grid is a drastic increase in use of electronics in the power system. This makes the satisfactory function of electrical and electronic equipment vital for realization of a robust smart grid. This paper focuses on the satisfactory function of equipment for smart grid with respect to electromagnetic disturbances, i.e. EMC - electromagnetic compatibility including power quality. Finally, a framework for the apportioning of responsibilities between network operators and the parties being responsible for the connection of equipment is proposed.

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Electrical Power Quality and Utilisation, 2009. EPQU 2009. 10th International Conference on

Date of Conference:

15-17 Sept. 2009