Distributed generation by D N Gaonkar

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Small-scale combined heat and power (CHP) units). With an increasing attention for renewable electricity generation and energy efficiency improvements in energy policy the future will continue to see an increase in the share of distributed electricity generation in electricity systems. In projections on future electricity system developments the amount of distributed electricity generation is generally not explicitly presented. As an approximation we can use projections on the amount of specific generation technologies of which at least part is integrated in the electricity system at the distributed level.

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Characterisation of electricity generation units (Scheepers, 2004) typically > 50 MWe typically > 10 MWe We follow Ackermann et al. (2001) in defining distributed generation as: “Distributed generation is an electric power source connected directly to the distribution network or on the customer site of the meter”. It is difficult to provide a universal definition in a a b Distributed generation and the regulation of distribution networks 31 quantitative sense because this is country specific and relates to characteristics of the centralised electricity system.

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