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The integration of new sources of energy like wind power, solar-power, small-scale generation, or combined heat and power in the power grid is something that impacts a lot of stakeholders: network companies (both distribution and transmission), the owners and operators of the DG units, other end-users of the power grid (including normal consumers like you and me) and not in the least policy makers and regulators. There is a lot of misunderstanding about the impact of DG on the power grid, with one side (including mainly some but certainly not all, network companies) claiming that the lights will go out soon, whereas the other side (including some DG operators and large parks of the general public) claiming that there is nothing to worry about and that it's all a conspiracy of the large production companies that want to protect their own interests and keep the electricity price high. The authors are of the strong opinion that this is NOT the way one should approach such an important subject as the integration of new, more environmentally friendly, sources of energy in the power grid. With this book the authors aim to bring some clarity to the debate allowing all stakeholders together to move to a solution. This book will introduce systematic and transparent methods for quantifying the impact of DG on the power grid.Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–5): Chapter 2 Sources of Energy (pages 6–83): Chapter 3 Power System Performance (pages 84–101): Chapter 4 Overloading and Losses (pages 102–140): Chapter 5 Voltage Magnitude Variations (pages 141–222): Chapter 6 Power Quality Disturbances (pages 223–298): Chapter 7 Protection (pages 299–366): Chapter 8 Transmission System Operation (pages 367–464): Chapter 9 Conclusions (pages 465–470):
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