The proposed research work addresses some novelties in the remote control of Low Voltage (LV) distribution networks, namely the development of new technologies and the consequent possible future advances in the sector. More specifically, both capabilities and limitations in current control systems are analyzed, and new processing and remote equipment are proposed for the automated management of distribution networks, with an aim to ensure greater quality and continuity of the electricity service. Moreover, special attention is paid to the remote-controlled equipment from the transformer station to the delivery node, and the main modernization projects proposed by various utilities are compared and commented. The ultimate goals of the different approach here introduced are to obtain a reduction in management costs as well as to guarantee better reliability and safety levels.
|Titolo:||Automation and remote control to improve LV grid management|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|