Regulation Of Voltage Quality

This paper provides an appraisal of what regulators need to consider in establishing an effective voltage quality regulatory framework for distribution networks. In particular, the paper considers the regulation of five voltage quality dimensions: short interruptions, voltage dips, flicker, supply voltage variation, and harmonic distortions. The paper assesses the most appropriate regulatory control method and presents practical experiences through a number of case studies.

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