PV integration on Australian distribution networks: Literature review

A literature review was conducted by the University of NSW of the publically-available information concerning PV integration on Australian distribution networks.

This review provides an overview of electricity distribution in Australia and the amount of PV that is currently installed. It also summarises the Australian standards, state-based regulations and DNSP policies that apply to the connection of PV systems, as well as a range of submissions and presentations that have been made by DNSPs to government enquiries and at industry conferences.

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