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Links for technical information or discussion about smart grid / microgrids?

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magetoo:
Does anyone here know of any good places to read more about implementing "smart grids"?  It comes up in every discussion on renewables (moving to DC?  local generation?  vehicles as grid storage?  no worries!) but never with much technical detail about how it is supposed to work.

It would be interesting to know what's being done in terms of simulations of fault tolerance, vulnerability against attacks, and those sorts of things.

DenzilPenberthy:
Fill your boots at Google Scholar :)

https://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?hl=en&q=smart+grid&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5&as_sdtp=

If some papers are not accessible due to paywalls then you could chat to a friend who works at an academic institution and ask them to email you a pdf on the sly of anything you are particularly interested in.

Obviously I would never dream of doing a thing like that because it's probably technically copyright infringement or something.  ;) ;)

Two completely irrelevant pieces of information;
1. I work at an academic institution
2. the forum has a private messaging facility
 

tronde:

--- Quote from: DenzilPenberthy on September 19, 2016, 09:46:09 am ---
If some papers are not accessible due to paywalls then you could chat to a friend who works at an academic institution and ask them to email you a pdf on the sly of anything you are particularly interested in.

Obviously I would never dream of doing a thing like that because it's probably technically copyright infringement or something.  ;) ;)

--- End quote ---

You can also ask google about Alexandra Elbakyan  ;)

DenzilPenberthy:
There are also two relevant courses you can take for free at edX:


https://www.edx.org/course/smart-grids-electricity-future-ieeex-smartgrid-x-0
(Introductory Level)

and

https://www.edx.org/course/distributed-energy-smart-grid-resources-ieeex-smartgrid02-x
(Intermediate Level)

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