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Energize Microsynchrophasors and distribution networks management systems
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Microsynchrophasors and distribution networks management systems

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by Mike Rycroft, Now Media  –  

Smart grids, microgrids and distributed generation at distribution level are
changing distribution networks by adding the possibility of complex and
varying multidirectional flows of electricity, increasing the need for
realtime management of such systems.

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