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The electricity supply industry is enduring a profound transformation worldwide. Market forces, scarcer natural resources and a regularly developing mandate for electricity is a portion of the drivers at risk for such an extraordinary change. Against this group of rapid development, the expansion programs of many utilities are being disappointed by an assortment of well-established, natural, land use and administering loads that maintain a strategic distance from the permitting and working of new transmission lines and electricity producing units. A top to bottom analysis of the determinations accessible for amplifying present transmission resources, with abnormal amounts of dependability and stability, has pointed toward power electronics. There is common understanding that novel power electronics hardware and strategies are potential substitutes for customary arrangements, which depend on electro-mechanical technologies that have slow response times and high maintenance costs.

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