Self-healing grid case study: M4-146/2012E-PDF

a Canadian Smart Grid project.

"The primary benefit of this project is reduced outage duration for customers on the non‐faulted sections of the faulted feeder. The Fault Detection Isolation & Restoration (FDIR) project facilitates supplying power for these customers from alternate feeders during a feeder fault and would leave the “faulted” section of the feeder isolated without power until PowerStream crews address the fault. It is estimated that the outage duration would be reduced by up to 15 minutes for customers on the non‐faulted sections of a feeder during a feeder fault through the FDIR project."--Objectives & Benefits.

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Title Self-healing grid case study
Subtitle a Canadian Smart Grid project.
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Note Title from caption.
Date [2012?].
Number of Pages 4 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • M4-146/2012E-PDF
Subject Terms Hydropower, Electricity