Achieving Operational Optimization in Microgrid Implementations


With the increasing penetration of distributed generation sources, such as solar PV and energy storage technologies, many organizations have expressed interest in, or have actively begun building, microgrids. When properly designed, built, optimized, and operated, microgrids can achieve specific goals for their owners, including cost control, reliable energy delivery, resilience, and carbon emission reduction. This paper reviews the characteristics of microgrids and their various operational objectives, showcases the feasibility analysis required to plan a successful microgrid implementation, and highlights strategies for optimizing microgrids and the technological solutions required to achieve these objectives.

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