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2013 European Control Conference (ECC)
Smart grids are a novel paradigm for energy distribution, where instead of the traditional directed flow from a producer to the consumers, several micro-generators are spread throughout the network. We focus on the problem of coordinating the injection of active power into the grid by the micro-generators. Each of them aims at injecting the maximum amount of power, satisfying some operative constraints such as voltage boundaries; a tradeoff must be found among these conflicting objectives.doi:10.23919/ecc.2013.6669377 fatcat:nrwwftsskjcxnglgzbdrmatdu4