The economic and system impacts of increased DG connection within New Zealand’s electricity networks (2007)
In this study CAENZ has adopted a framework approach to facilitate its assessment of the network and system benefits of DG uptake. This is intended to deliver a more strategic and integrated approach to assessing energy investments in developing local DG applications.
The project, thus, examined a number of selected network opportunities from the perspective of the DG project sponsor and through discussion with the incumbent network operator assessed the perceived network benefits and potential for further deployment of other opportunities within the selected network area.
ANZSRC Fields of Research09 - Engineering::0906 - Electrical and Electronic Engineering::090607 - Power and Energy Systems Engineering (excl. Renewable Power)
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