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Publication Date : 31/01/2015

Author(s) :

Rekha G Padaki , Murugesh Dodakundi , Anand Layadgundi .

Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
Issue 1
(01 - 2015)

Abstract :

Distributed Generation generally refers to power generation at the point of end user or customer. Distributed Generation is gaining worldwide acceptance due to it’s a number of benefits. Distributed Generation eliminates the cost and complexity and reduces the chances of inefficiency which occur in the transmission and distributed network [1]. Basically electricity produced is generated at large generating stations which is then send at high voltages through the transmission lines to the load centers and then through local distribution network distributed to the customers at distribution level voltage. In present scenario there is an increase in demand which is creating gap between demand and supply to fulfill this gap distributed generation can plays the significant role. The main reason for the need of distributed generation is it is clean and continuous. Distributed generation means generating power on site not centrally. Distributed generation is the best way for rural electrification. This paper will discuss the importance and benefits of Distributed Generation in near future [3].

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