His main research concerns Distributed generation, Control engineering, Wind power, Renewable energy and Distributed computing. His study in Distributed generation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Distribution networks, Incentive, Electrical network and Power factor. His Distribution networks research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Distributed power generation and Power flow.
His work carried out in the field of Wind power brings together such families of science as Energy security, Public economics and Environmental protection. His study ties his expertise on Voltage together with the subject of Renewable energy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Active Network Management and Minification in addition to Distributed computing.
Gareth Harrison mostly deals with Renewable energy, Wind power, Distributed generation, Distribution networks and Climate change. Gareth Harrison interconnects Electricity generation, Resource and Electricity in the investigation of issues within Renewable energy. His research investigates the connection with Wind power and areas like Greenhouse gas which intersect with concerns in Environmental engineering and Environmental economics.
His research in Distributed generation intersects with topics in Control engineering, AC power, Voltage and Distributed computing. As a part of the same scientific study, Gareth Harrison usually deals with the Distribution networks, concentrating on Mathematical optimization and frequently concerns with Transformer and Power-flow study. His Climate change research incorporates themes from Natural resource economics, Hydropower and Environmental resource management.
Gareth Harrison mainly investigates Renewable energy, Wind power, Mathematical optimization, Electricity and Environmental economics. His research in Renewable energy is mostly concerned with Active Network Management. The various areas that Gareth Harrison examines in his Active Network Management study include Control engineering, Scheduling and Renewable resource.
His Wind power study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electricity generation, Electric power system, Pumped-storage hydroelectricity and Electricity market. His work deals with themes such as Distributed generation and Transformer, which intersect with Mathematical optimization. He has included themes like Network planning and design and AC power in his Distributed generation study.
His primary areas of study are Wind power, Renewable energy, Electricity generation, Electric power system and Distributed generation. His research integrates issues of Electricity, Electricity market, Automotive engineering, Natural resource economics and Process engineering in his study of Wind power. Gareth Harrison combines subjects such as Hybrid power and Natural gas with his study of Renewable energy.
His Electricity generation research includes elements of Environmental economics and Greenhouse gas. His studies in Electric power system integrate themes in fields like Wind speed, Risk analysis and Operating point. His Distributed generation research focuses on Active Network Management in particular.
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Centralized and Distributed Voltage Control: Impact on Distributed Generation Penetration
P.N. Vovos;A.E. Kiprakis;A.R. Wallace;G.P. Harrison.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2007)
Minimizing Energy Losses: Optimal Accommodation and Smart Operation of Renewable Distributed Generation
Luis (Nando) Ochoa;Gareth Harrison.
power and energy society general meeting (2011)
Evaluating distributed generation impacts with a multiobjective index
L.F. Ochoa;A. Padilha-Feltrin;G.P. Harrison.
IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (2006)
Distribution Network Capacity Assessment: Variable DG and Active Networks
Luis Ochoa;Chris Dent;Gareth Harrison.
power and energy society general meeting (2010)
State-of-the-Art Techniques and Challenges Ahead for Distributed Generation Planning and Optimization
Andrew Keane;Luis F. Ochoa;Carmen L. T. Borges;Graham W. Ault.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2013)
Optimal power flow evaluation of distribution network capacity for the connection of distributed generation
G.P. Harrison;A.R. Wallace.
IEE Proceedings - Generation, Transmission and Distribution (2005)
Hybrid GA and OPF evaluation of network capacity for distributed generation connections
Gareth P. Harrison;Antonio Piccolo;Pierluigi Siano;A. Robin Wallace.
Electric Power Systems Research (2008)
Enhanced Utilization of Voltage Control Resources With Distributed Generation
Andrew Keane;Luis F Ochoa;Eknath Vittal;Chris J Dent.
power and energy society general meeting (2011)
Change in public attitudes towards a Cornish wind farm: Implications for planning
Douglas C. Eltham;Gareth P. Harrison;Simon J. Allen.
Energy Policy (2008)
Network Distributed Generation Capacity Analysis Using OPF With Voltage Step Constraints
C.J. Dent;L.F. Ochoa;G.P. Harrison.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2010)
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