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31 March 2022 @ 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM UTC+8

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Distribution engineering is influenced by the increasing penetration of distributed generation and therefore requires new design concepts in the provision of voltage control, frequency stability, controlled islanding, and protection engineering. New methods for monitoring combined with supervisory and control tools will be presented that are appropriate to distribution networks including ‘island-able’ microgrids.

Voltage control at individual consumption points, series and parallel voltage control in networks influenced by reverse power flow and short-term latencies, based on continuous monitoring to grid edge will be discussed as well as its utilization in relaying for protection engineering based on fault current limitations.

Presenter: Mr. Phil Kreveld, Author and Industry Electrical Specialist

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31 March 2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM UTC+8
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