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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 2)
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Interconnected Distribution Networks for Climate Change Abatement

Pushpendra Singh, D.P. Kothari and Mool Singh
Corresponding Author:  Pushpendra Singh 

Key words:  Climate change, distribution networks, renewable energy sources, smart grid, , ,
Vol. 7 , (2): 240-250
Submitted Accepted Published
March 15, 2013 April 17, 2013 January 10, 2014

This study proposes introduction of advanced power system configuration for enhancing the efficacy of clean energy mechanism and to ensure reduction in adverse impact on climate. There is increasing scientific evidence showing that burning of fossil fuels are altering the earth's climate, because combustion of fossil fuels produces green house gases. This can be countered by increasing the share of renewables in the total electricity generation, which can effectively reverse adverse impact on climate change consequents. The deployment of renewable energy sources has become necessary to promote the sustainability of energy and environment, this call for the deployment of renewable energy sources at large scale and injecting the electricity generated from the renewable energy sources in to the grid. The existing power system configuration was designed for centralized electricity generation, with limited capacity for reversing power and is not equipped to extract the full potential of renewables. There is need to evolve a distribution system configuration that will interact with distributed energy resources and load demands. The proposed network configuration has been simulated using MATLAB/simulink.
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Pushpendra Singh, D.P. Kothari and Mool Singh, 2014. Interconnected Distribution Networks for Climate Change Abatement.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(2): 240-250.
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