This paper focuses on autonomous multi-islanded entities and the seamless reconnection to the main grid as the self-healing ability of the future power system. The minimization of power quality issues (mainly that of voltage, frequency, and harmonics) in such entities based on controllers, with or without intercommunication, is also an important part of this paper. The future power system, with the significant penetration of distributed generations (DGs), can rapidly respond to any problem occurring within it by separating into autonomous islanded entities to prevent the disconnection of DGs. As a result, high-quality and continuous power is supplied to consumers. Finally, future research that is necessary for the realization of the future power system is discussed.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nature and Landscape Conservation
- Management, Monitoring, Policy and Law