Renewable Energy – Distribution Grid brings together a systematic collection of research addressing the key challenges of delivering reliable electric power of high quality to the consumers that is based on rising shares of distributed and intermittent renewables.
Research and review papers, as well as selected conference papers addressing all relevant ways challenges, approaches and technologies are considered, including simulation and modelling, power electronics, monitoring, and interfaces with generators as well as with transmission systems. The collection is meant to provide researchers and advanced students an orientation of the field, to point them to relevant workgroups, and to address current challenges. The collection will grow over time. There will be synergies with other collections within the Renewable Energy Super Collection.
The collection comprises research and review papers published in peer-reviewed journals, as well as selected conference papers. The focus is on highly cited papers since 2010.
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|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Computer science, Engineering, Physics, Mathematics|
|Keywords:||distribution, grid, electricity, energy, power, distributed generation, power electronics, battery storage, photovoltaics, simulation|