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Distribution system analysis and the future Smart Grid

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2 Author(s)
Arritt, R.F. ; EPRI, Knoxville, TN, USA ; Dugan, R.C.

The “Smart Grid” refers to various efforts to modernize the power grid through the application of alternate sources of energy and intelligent devices. The present national interest in Smart Grid applications has generated many questions concerning the role of distribution engineering in the future. What features do utility engineers need in distribution system analysis tools to support the future Smart Grid? This paper will discuss some relevant EPRI research in this area that focuses on selected issues related to Smart Grid analysis relevant to rural utilities. The essential characteristics of distribution system analysis tools to support analysis of these issues are discussed.

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Rural Electric Power Conference (REPC), 2011 IEEE

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10-13 April 2011

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