Reducing The Energy Losses Of A Radial Distribution System By Using Evolutionary Programming Method
In this project, an evolutionary programming (EP) based technique has been existing for the optimal placement of
distributed generation (DG) units energized by renewable energy resources (wind and solar) in a radial distribution system.
To handle the uncertainties connected with load and renewable resources, probabilistic techniques have been used. Two
procedure strategies, namely “turning off wind turbine generator” and “clipping wind turbine generator output”, have also
been adopted to restrict the wind power dispatch to a speciﬁed fraction of system load for system stability consideration. For
the proposed EP based approach, an index based scheme has also been developed to generate the population ensuring the
probability of each individual and thus considerably falling the computational time.