Technologies in Power Transmission and Distribution

Technologies in Power Transmission and Distribution

Increasing Amount of Power Generated from Renewable Sources Leads to Widespread Adoption of HVDC and FACTS Solutions

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31-Dec-2018
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Global
Research Code: D883-01-00-00-00
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Rapid population growth leads to an exponentially increase in electricity demand. There is an increasing need to improve power transmission efficiency, and enabling renewables and diversified energy mix. High-voltage transmission systems, including HVDC and FACTS, are being actively adopted to minimize the power transmission losses and to ensure connectivity. This research is an attempt to identify, review and analyze the main power system components, as well as efficient and cost-effective methods for transmitting electric power from one location to another. The study covers innovations and technology advancements in high-voltage transmission systems, as well as technologies performance analysis and comparison.

Table of Contents

1.1 Research Scope

1.2 Research Process and Methodology

1.3 Key Findings

2.1 Technology Diagram Illustrating the Main Components in a Power System

2.2 Power Transmission – Technology Overview

2.3 Key Drivers in Power Transmission and Distribution

2.4 Key Challenges in Power Transmission and Distribution

3.1 High Voltage Direct Current Transmission

3.2 Technologies Enabling of High Voltage Direct Current Transmission

3.3 Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System

3.4 Technologies Enabling of Flexible AC Transmission System

4.1 Chinese Patent Office Leads in Global Patent Applications for Power Transmission Technologies

4.2 Patent Activity for High Voltage Direct Current Transmission

4.3 Patent Activity for Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System

4.4 Competitive Landscape in Patent Activity for HVDC and FACTS

5.1 Performance Comparison of Transmission Technologies

5.2 Performance Comparison of FACTS and HVDC Technologies

6.1 Key Industry Influencers

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Author Nadzeya Viktarovich
Industries Energy
WIP Number D883-01-00-00-00
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