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1 Mar 16, 2020
POWER QUALITY AND VOLTAGE CONTROL ISSUES IN POWER SYSTEM AFTER INTEGRATION OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION

Distributed generation (DG) is a developing concept in the power sector, which signifies good substitutes for electric supply instead of the traditional centralized power generation concept. This paper presents the basic principles of incorporating distributed generation technologies in low voltage networks and particularly focuses on the economics of DG installations and the impact that DG may have on voltage control leading to improved power quality. Power system operation is very exciting from system security, reliability and efficiency points of view. The demand of electrical power is increasing continuously and existing power system networks are very complex, large scale, centralized and far from load centres to make energy supply to all customers must be continuously stable and reliable. Integrated distributed generation and existing power systems are capable of supporting energy security, such as during peak demand or power shortages. However it also has some disadvantages. In this study, IEEE-5 bus network, the impact of connecting DG to the Distribution Network (DN) was studied. The simulation results shown indicate disturbances in the power system with the integration of distributed generation....

Authors: Rahel Masih, Manoj Kumar Nigam, Vivek Kant Jogi.

2 Mar 16, 2020
GROWTH OF INDIA WITH ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES POLICIES AND ACTS

Although India has a rich and long history of environmental laws dating back to the 1970s, it still ranks very low on air and water pollution levels compared to the rest of the world resulting in. higher rates of infant mortality and lower life expectancy rates. Poor sanitation conditions and sewage problems compound the problem affecting the health of ordinary citizens in India. The reasons for this disconnect between enlightened environmental laws and high levels of pollution could be traced to lax enforcement of existing environmental laws, discrepancies in the environmental guidelines for businesses to follow between the central government and at the state levels, and the existence of a large number of SMEs who neither have the resources nor the technical skills to adhere to the existing environmental laws. Using extensive secondary research, this paper suggests a series of steps to help the country achieve safe air and water pollution levels resulting in improved health conditions for its citizens....

Authors: Rajesh Kumar.

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