A Review on Diminution of Power Quality Issues in a Microgrid Using Various Facts Devices


  • V. Sowmya Sree
  • G. Panduranga Reddy
  • C. Srinivasa Rao


Electromagnetic interference, Flexible AC transmission system controllers, Microgrid, Power quality issues, Renewable Energy Sources


Renewable Energy Sources see opportunities in fulfilling rising demand with excellent power quality and dependability. As a result, the notion of micro-grid has emerged, with ubiquitous power providing generation units known as distribution generation units. A Microgrid can operate autonomously or with public grid connectivity. In the distributed power system, power quality problems start when the number of nonlinear loads and power-electronic distribution generation systems grows. This study conducts a few researches to improve power quality concerns utilizing FACTS devices.