Abstract

In recent years, microgrids have gained attention as a technological alternative to face the energy transition and universal sustainable electrification challenges. Its versatility to operate in grid-connected or isolated mode allows adapting the microgrid concept to several urban and rural applications. This has motivated industry and academia to develop experimental projects, prototypes, and application pilots worldwide. This paper presents a review of some laboratories and test systems of microgrids in Latin America. A brief description of the general information of each microgrid and its main characteristics and components are presented. Also, a discussion of the main advances in distributed generation in Latin America is included

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