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RE&PQJ-14 ISSN 2172-038X I RE&PQJ-14 Index

Renewable Energy & Power Quality Journal, Vol.1, No.14, May 2016





Impact of PV/Wind/Diesel Hybrid System on the Distribution Networks. Fault Currents
Sara N. Afifi,  Mohamed K. Darwish
Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Brunel University London. United Kingdom



Utilization of Batteriy Energy Systems (BESS) in Smart Grid: A Review
I. Atteya(1), N. Fahmi(1), D. Strickland(1) H. Ashour(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering, Aston University , Birmingham. UK
3. Arab Academy for Sciences and Technology and Martine Transport. Deaprtment of Electrical Engineering.
    Alexandria. Egypt



Solar Nanoantennas energy based characterization
C. Di Garbo(1), P. Livreri(1), G. Vitale(2)
1. Dipartimento di Energia, ingegneria dell‟Informazione, e modelli Matematici, Università di Palermo,
    Palermo. Italy
2. Istituto di Studi sui Sistemi Intelligenti per l`Automazione (ISSIA), Consiglio  Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR),
    Palermo. Italy



Solar energy: a source for water disinfection in Colombia
Carmen Leonor Barajas Forero
Department of Hydraulic, Fluids and Thermal Sciences. Francisco de Paula Santander University, Cucuta. Colombia



Background harmonic distortion measurement at power networks with wind farms
R. Vazquez(1), M.A.Muñoz(1), M. Alonso(1), H. Amaris(1), C. Alvarez(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering,  University Carlos III of Madrid. Spain
2. Energy to Quality  E2Q. Madrid. Spain



Optimal network reconfiguration for congestion management optimization in active distribution networks
M. Alonso(1), H.Amarís(1), B. Rojas(1), Davide Della Giustina(2), A. Dedè(2), Zaid Al-Jassim(3)
1. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Department. Electrical Engineering. Spain
2. A2A Reti Elettiche, Lombardia. Italy
3. Dansk Energi (Danish Energy Association), Copenhague. Denmark



Model-based analysis of the viability of concentrating solar power plants
Martin János Mayer
Department of Energy Engineering,  Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Hungary



Utilising a cluster-based power optimisation used in micro grids
B. Born, J. Teuscher,  W. Schufft
Department of Electrical Energy and High voltage Technology. Technische Universität Chemnitz. Germany



Guidelines for Publication of Voltage Quality Monitoring Results in Portugal: A Regulatory Perspective
S. Faias(1,2,3),  J. Esteves(1,2)
1. Entidade Reguladora dos Serviços Energéticos (ERSE), Lisboa. Portugal
2. Lisbon Engineering Superior Institute (ISEL), Lisboa. Portugal
3. INESC ID, Lisboa. Portugal




Impact of Techno-economic Context on the Continuity of Supply of the European Distribution Networks
N. Pereira(1), S. Faias(1,2,3), J. Esteves(1,2)
1. Lisbon Engineering Superior Institute (ISEL), Lisboa. Portugal
2. Entidade Reguladora dos Serviços Energéticos (ERSE), Lisboa. Portugal
3. INESC ID, Lisboa. Portugal



Thermal and energy production optimization in microgrids with Model Predictive Control
S. Raimondi Cominesi(1), A. Del Corno(2), E. Corsetti(2), G. A. Guagliardi(2), C. Sandron(2),  R. Scattolini(1)
1. Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria,  Politecnico di Milano. Italy
2. Ricerca per il Sistema Energetico Italiano, RSE S.p.A. Italy




Management of Sources and Loads in a Smart Grid
S.A. Tadjer(1), I. Habi(1), M. El Ganaoui(2), S. Angel(2)
1. Laboratory Electrification of Industrial Enterprises. University M' Hamed Bougara. Algeria
2. University of Lorraine. LERMAB & GREEN. France



Integration of Solar Energy Resource into Agro-Energy Cooperative Districts: A Case Study based on Solar Powered Irrigation Pumps
A. Rubio-Aliaga(1), A. Molina-García(1), J.M. Sánchez-Lozano(2),  M.S. García-Cascales(3)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering
3.  Department of Electronics, Computer Architecture and Project Engineering
     Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena. Spain
2.  Centro Universitario de la Defensa de San Javier, Academia General del Aire,    
     Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Murcia. Spain



Techniques of CCHP as a right way to apply the 2nd Law of Thermodynamic: Case study (Part Two)
Francesco Patania(1), Antonio Gagliano(2), Francesco Nocera(1), Agrifoglio Antonio(2)
1. Department of Industrial Engineering (DII). Catania University. Italy
2. Indipendent Researcher



Analysis on Stability in Control of Active Power Filter in Electric Grid with Megawatt DFIG Wind Farm Connected
Nguyen Gia Minh Thao(1), Kenko Uchida(1), Kentaro Kofuji(2), Toru Jintsugawa(2),  Chikashi Nakazawa(2)
1. Department of Electrical Engineering and Bioscience, School of Advanced Science and Engineering, 
    Waseda University, Tokyo. Japan
2. Power System Analysis Section, Energy Solution Development Department. Fuji Electric Co., Japan




Innovative planning synergies between manufacturing processes and microgrids
 Carlos Gamarra(1), Margarita Ortega(1),Eduardo Montero(1), J.M. Guerrero(2)
1. Department of Electromechanical Engineering,  University of Burgos. EPS. Spain
2. Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University. Denmark



Analysis of the main socio-economic impacts of wind energy in Europa
Margarita Ortega(1), Pablo del Río(2), Carlos Gamarra(1), Eduardo Montero(1)
1. Department of Electromechanical Engineering. University of Burgos. Spain
2. Institute for Public Policies and Goods. National Research Council of Spain (CSIC)



Behaviour of small scale dispersed PV generation
Péter Kádár
Óbuda University. Department of Power Systems, Alternative Energy Sources Knowledge Centre. Budapest. Hungary