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In Remote Communities of India and Canada @ USask,Canada
Modelled a remote feeder in Saskatchewan
Proposed an iterative approach to improve PV hosting capacity of t he remote feeder
Proposed, planned and executed the research project
The aim of the project, being conducted by researchers from the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan, is to develop expertise in the engineering, geological, geographical, regulatory and economic factors of having a small modular nuclear reactor in a place that has not previously used nuclear power, using Saskatchewan as its case study. Equipping Saskatchewan researchers with the knowledge required to address complex and inter-related technical, regulatory and legal issues is at the heart of a $1.1 million multidisciplinary project funded by the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation.
As a sole researcher of this project supervised by Prof. Rama Gokaraju, I had proposed, planned and conducted the research. Modeled an existing remote feeder in the province of Saskatchewan using PSS SINCAL and assessed its potential to host PV generation with hosting capacity analysis (HCA). Proposed an iterative approach to improve PV hosting capacity of this remote feeder with and without battery energy storage systems. The results were presented (and subsequently published in the proceedings) at the IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (Aug. 2018) in Portland, OR, USA.
Prof. Rama Gokarajupresented the research paper in the IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (Aug. 2018) in Portland, OR, USA. The following research paper is now available on the IEEE Xplor:
K. Joshi and R. R. Gokaraju, "An Iterative Approach to Improve PV Hosting Capacity for a Remote Community," 2018 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM), Portland, OR, 2018, pp. 1-5. Click here to see the abstract. doi: 10.1109/PESGM.2018.8586196
Project Title: Sustainable Energy Systems with Photovoltaic Generation and Energy Storage Solutions in Remote Communities of India and Canada
Funded by: Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute (SICI), Calgary, Canada and New Delhi, India
Project Supervisor: Prof. Rama Gokaraju, University of Saskatchewan
Research Focus: Developing sustainable energy systems in remote communities by increasing the presence of renewable generation in the local energy mix of remote communities of India and Canada
Competitive Research Grant
Funded by Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute