grid parallel

grid parallel

[′grid ¦par·ə·lel]
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A line parallel to a grid equator, connecting all points of equal grid latitude.
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Operating modes include Grid Parallel (current mode) and Island (voltage mode).
Power limit for grid parallel operation: protective devices for power dissipation of the generators.
Acumentrics said the unit will be operated in a grid parallel mode, but will have the additional capacity of operating in an independent island mode.
The independent, not-for-profit product safety testing and certification organization tested SatCon's power inverters for compliance with standards for alternative energy, distributed and grid parallel energy generation systems.
One of the upcoming renovations in the next phase of the project is the installation of a one megawatt grid parallel wind turbine.
Power limit for grid parallel operation: protective equipment for EnergieabfE-h-tion of the generators.
Benchmark demonstrates linear scalability of Tangosol Coherence Data Grid parallel processing
The systems are suited ideally for providing base load power in either grid parallel or grid independent applications.
Upon restoration of grid service, the system will resume its normal grid parallel mode of operation.
UL tested SatCon's power inverters for compliance with requirements addressing alternative energy, distributed, and grid parallel energy generation systems.
We believe that these power conditioning systems are an enabling solution that allows our customers, like FuelCell Energy, to provide both grid independent and grid parallel solutions to the growing need for cleaner, more reliable electrical power.