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R§ Energy Generation under the New Environment 1 any studies indicate that distributed generation (DG) might play a s i g n ~ ~ c arole n t in the future power system structure. A study by the Electric Power Resea (EPRI), for example, indicates that by 2010,25 % of the new generation will be distributed [41]. Owing to variations in ~ o v e ~ m eregulat~ons, nt different de~nitionsfor DG are used in different countries. In England and Wales, the term ‘dis~ibutedgeneration’ is predominantly used for power units with less than 100 MW capacity.

These considerations underline the potential value of energy storage in curtailing daily peak periods and that it would most e~ectivelybe located near the source of load variations, the consumers in the distribut~onnetworks [183. Coupkd with advanced power electronics, storage systems can reduce h ~ o ~d iis ~co ~ i oand n s elimina~evoltage sags and surges. Most ~istribu~ed ene o n ~so ~ that, storage § y ~ ~ m can§ be made ~ u l t ~ - ~ n c t with ~ o nlittle a ~ or no ~ d d ~ t i cost, example, both uninterrutable power supply (UPS)and energy ageme me^^ applications can be served by the same equipment.

Usually utilities construct new power plants to meet the increas~ngdemand or to rep~aceold plants, which need large investments, ~ o w e v e r ~ ~ t ~ r ~ o ~ ~utilities e c t emay d jointly install a generating unit in which the utilities may have different or similar shares or the interconnected utilities may buy a certain perce the output of a generating unit, which already exists in the other utility, Therefore, the failure of a jointly owned generating unit will cause a decrease in the available capacities of all the sharing utilities simu~taneous~~.

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