Acceleration of Interfaced Distributed Generation Power System through Reactive Power Compensation

  • Ishan Tamrakar Electrical &Electronics Engineering Dept., MATS University, Raipur
  • Manoj Kumar Nigam Electrical &Electronics Engineering Dept., MATS University, Raipur
  • Vivek Kant Jogi Electrical &Electronics Engineering Dept., MATS University, Raipur
Keywords: Renewable energy, reactive power, distributed generation, power system


A distributed generation (DG) is of similarity to a traditional power generation station. It utilizes renewable energy sources (like wind, solar, hydropower generation etc.). Present study is an approach to handle the reactive power imbalances in the power system for the DG integration. The method deals with the finding of optimal location for connecting a compensating device and obtained the results of simulation with an interfacing of DG under normal operating condition of power system. The results were tested as per the IEEE-14 bus standards with the network parameters set.


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How to Cite
Tamrakar, I., Nigam, M. K., & Jogi, V. K. (2020). Acceleration of Interfaced Distributed Generation Power System through Reactive Power Compensation. International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, 9(3), 01-03. Retrieved from