What is the working power factor of induction generator? Is it leading or lagging ?
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An ordinary induction generator connected to a power grid will draw lagging reactive volt-amperes from the grid and supply real power to the grid. It is simultaneously a lagging power-factor load and a unity power factor supply.
Power-factor compensation capacitors could be connected along with the motor to supply the reactive volt-ampere requirements of the inductive generator or the inductive generator plus the load. The induction generator could be connected to the load and/or the grid through an electronic power conversion system that could include provisions to supply reactive-voltamperes to the generator and the load.
A generator does not have a power factor. On an AC system, it is the complex impedance of the combined loads that determines the power factor.