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Solar Power Plant Design and Interconnection
Author:
E.H. Camm and S.E. Williams
Year:
2011
Abstract:

The presentation was made at IEEE PES 2011 General Meeting Super Sessions in July, 2011. The presentation describes utility scale PV power plant to include design issues such as grounding, reactive power and voltage control, low voltage ride-through and system stability, and short-circuit contributions. It introduces solar power development in the US such as photovoltaic power plants, its steady growth in residential, commercial PV installations and utility scale installations. Large utility scale PV developments are driving changes in inverter design. Distributed generation applications include no reactive power capability for voltage control, fast disconnection from the utility system in the event of a disturbance, and anti-islanding protection. Rules for large transmission connect plants require this performance and are leading changes in PV plant design practices

Document Type:
Slide presentation
Source:
IEEE PES GM 2011