Reliability based optimum location of distributed generation
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The increasing penetration of distributed generation and changing electricity industry necessitates that maximum benefit is obtained from distributed generators. Due to the importance of reliability of supply, the optimum location to maximise reliability has been investigated. A value based approach is used so that costs associated with levels of reliability may be used as an indicator. These are determined using probabilistic approaches which is a departure from the traditional deterministic criteria currently used. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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