Critical issues and future prospects of the secondary substation in smart grid context

Antonio Cataliotti, Valentina Cosentino, Vincenzo Di Dio, Giovanni Cipriani, Valentina Cosentino, Dario Di Cara, Cipriani, Cangemi, Lipari, Di Dio, Giovanni Tine, Antonio Cataliotti

Risultato della ricerca: Conference contribution

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Abstract

This paper is focused on the new role of the secondary substation in the smart grids context. This innovative view has been proposed and developed in the framework of two Research Projects: NewCabELARC Project and Reipersei Project. The latter provides a concrete and comprehensive low cost solutions for the smart grid monitoring and control, allowing the real diffusion and integration of Distributed Generation and the full exploitation of Renewable Energy Sources. In this field, this paper shows how the secondary substation (SS) takes the role of smart transducer node where innovative devices can be located, collecting the measurement data coming from the field devices (power and energy meters and Interface Devices of Distributed Generators and Energy Storage Systems) and/or performing some local automation functions. They can also communicate with the grid (utility) for the remote control and management of the grid itself. Finally, SS safety issues are discussed and some feasible features that future smart substations are introduced.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospite2014 AEIT Annual Conference - From Research to Industry: The Need for a More Effective Technology Transfer
Numero di pagine6
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Computer Science(all)
  • Engineering(all)
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
  • Instrumentation

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Cataliotti, A., Cosentino, V., Di Dio, V., Cipriani, G., Cosentino, V., Di Cara, D., ... Cataliotti, A. (2015). Critical issues and future prospects of the secondary substation in smart grid context. In 2014 AEIT Annual Conference - From Research to Industry: The Need for a More Effective Technology Transfer

Critical issues and future prospects of the secondary substation in smart grid context. / Cataliotti, Antonio; Cosentino, Valentina; Di Dio, Vincenzo; Cipriani, Giovanni; Cosentino, Valentina; Di Cara, Dario; Cipriani; Cangemi; Lipari; Di Dio; Tine, Giovanni; Cataliotti, Antonio.

2014 AEIT Annual Conference - From Research to Industry: The Need for a More Effective Technology Transfer. 2015.

Risultato della ricerca: Conference contribution

Cataliotti, A, Cosentino, V, Di Dio, V, Cipriani, G, Cosentino, V, Di Cara, D, Cipriani, Cangemi, Lipari, Di Dio, Tine, G & Cataliotti, A 2015, Critical issues and future prospects of the secondary substation in smart grid context. in 2014 AEIT Annual Conference - From Research to Industry: The Need for a More Effective Technology Transfer.
Cataliotti A, Cosentino V, Di Dio V, Cipriani G, Cosentino V, Di Cara D e altri. Critical issues and future prospects of the secondary substation in smart grid context. In 2014 AEIT Annual Conference - From Research to Industry: The Need for a More Effective Technology Transfer. 2015
Cataliotti, Antonio ; Cosentino, Valentina ; Di Dio, Vincenzo ; Cipriani, Giovanni ; Cosentino, Valentina ; Di Cara, Dario ; Cipriani ; Cangemi ; Lipari ; Di Dio ; Tine, Giovanni ; Cataliotti, Antonio. / Critical issues and future prospects of the secondary substation in smart grid context. 2014 AEIT Annual Conference - From Research to Industry: The Need for a More Effective Technology Transfer. 2015.
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