Design of electrical infrastructure at container terminal and 'net metering'
Tran, Thanh, Nahavandi, Saeid and Reid, Robert 2008, Design of electrical infrastructure at container terminal and 'net metering', in PQ 2008 : Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Power Quality and Supply Reliability, IEEE, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 37-40.
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Net metering is generally a consumer-based incentive for renewable sources such as wind or solar power systems also referred to as dasiacogenerationdasia. It is still a grey area for container terminals with large electric machines, such as quay cranes, automatic stacking cranes, that can operate in the regenerative mode and export electric energy to the grid. With actual measured electrical data presented for discussion, this paper provides information for the readers to provide a better understanding of their access to net metering, ultilizing their electrical equipment capabilities and be informed for their next negotiation with the power supply company.
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