Impact of high-level distributed generation penetration on the transmission system transient stability

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2009
Kurt, Burçak
This thesis investigates the impact of high-level penetration of distributed generation especially from the renewable energy sources on the transient stability of the transmission system. Distributed generation is a source of electric power connected to the distribution network or on the consumer side. It is expected that distributed generation grows significantly by the increasing environmental concerns and deregulation in the market. As soon as the increasing penetration level, distributed generation starts to influence the distribution system as well as the transmission system. To investigate the impact of distributed generation with different penetration levels on the transmission system transient stability, simulation scenarios are created and simulations are run on the basis of these scenarios by the implementation of the different distributed generation technologies to the “New England” test system. Stability indicators are observed to assess the impact on the transient stability. Results are presented throughout the thesis and the impact of the different distributed generation technologies and the different penetration levels on the transient stability is discussed by comparing the stability indicators.

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B. Kurt, “Impact of high-level distributed generation penetration on the transmission system transient stability,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2009.