The bridging of traditional power systems with a modern day high speed communication infrastructure has changed the way we protect, monitor and control the power grid and its assets.
With a focus on the demand side of the energy equation, the systematic deployment of new technologies can provide the ability to optimize a customer's interaction with the energy supply in a manner that is economically beneficial to both themselves, the supplying utilities and associated operators. Implementing these new technologies across various applications such as metering, communications, substation automation, integration of renewable resources and system visualization, requires a new approach that enables the analog to digital conversion of grid infrastructure and takes a more comprehensive view of the system.
- Tieline Controls in Microgrid Applications
- Windfarm System Protection Using Peer-to-Peer Communications
- Distance Relay Fundamentals
- Application Considerations in System Integrity Protection Schemes (SIPS)
- The Evolution of Distribution
- Detection of Incipient Faults in Underground Medium Voltage Cables
- Justifying Distribution Automation
- Replenishing the Aging Work Force in the Power Industry
- Substation Automation Hybrid
- Secure Substation Automation for Operations & Maintenance
- Enhanced Algorithm for Motor Rotor Broken Bar Detection
- Reducing Arc Flash Risk with the Application of Protective Relays
- An Industrial Power System Management for High Quality Uninterrupted Power Supply at Tata Steel