Microgrids improve the ride-through capabilities of critical loads in natural disasters and grid distur- bances. This panel will review several examples where microgrids provided critical loads with uninter- rupted, extended, or flexible operation during a contingency situation where grid power was not available or unreliable. The panelists will relate their experiences with microgrids during and after natural disaster events and large scale grid outages.
Microgrid Operation in Contingencies and Recovery
Posted: 1 Aug 2014
Primary Committee:Energy Development and Power Generation
Chair:M. Johnson, U.S. Army ERDC-CERL , A. Srivastava, Washington State University
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