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Type: Congresso
Title: Increasing The Pv Hosting Capacity With Oltc Technology And Pv Var Absortion In A Mv/lv Rural Brazilian Distribution System
Author: Sarmiento
David A.; Vergara
Pedro P.; da Silva
Luiz C. P.; de Almeida
Madson C.
Abstract: Distributed Generation (DG) can provide multiple benefits in MV/LV distribution networks. However, high penetration levels may cause technical issues to the grid, as already observed in some countries. Thus, Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) have to consider alternative solutions to guarantee normal operation, even under high penetration levels. In this paper, a time-series based probabilistic methodology is used to estimate the maximum PV hosting capacity of LV distribution networks. The proposed method is applied to assess a real rural Brazilian distribution system. According to the obtained results, voltage regulation and overloads in distribution transformers limit the PV hosting capacity. Therefore, aiming to increase this capacity, the use of PV VAr absorption and OLTC transformers was technically evaluated.
Subject: Pv Systems
Hosting Capacity
Voltage Regulation
Distributed Generation
Oltc Transformers
Var Absorption
Editor: IEEE
New York
Citation: Proceedings Of 2016 17th International Conference On Harmonics And Quality Of Power(ichqp). Ieee, p. 395 - 399, 2016.
Rights: fechado
Date Issue: 2016
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