Distributed Generation and Demand Side Management

AnĂ­bal T. de Almeida and Pedro S. Moura

Universidade de Coimbra

Clark W. Gellings

Electric Power Research Institute

Kelly E. Parmenter

Global Energy Partners, LLC

5.1 Distributed Generation Technologies 5-1

Introduction . Gas Turbines . Microturbines . Internal Combustion Engines . Stirling Engines . Fuel Cells .

Solar Photovoltaic . Wind Power . Cogeneration . Vehicle-to-Grid . Conclusions

5.2 Integration of Distributed Generation into Grid 5-16

Introduction . Power Distribution . Types of Grid Connections . Ancillary Services . Advantages of the Grid Interconnection . Disadvantages of the Grid Interconnection . IEEE Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources with Electric Power Systems .

Power Quality Applications

5.3 Demand-Side Management 5-33

Introduction . What is Demand-Side Management? . Demand-Side Management and Integrated Resource

Planning Demand-Side Management Programs Case Studies Conclusions

References 5 -52

Further Reading 5 -52

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