Hi everyone! As part of school project I have to design a current controller based on a lab setup for an inverter. I've previously did something similar where I've designed the controller using the LCL filter as the plant. In that setup, I had an LC filter for the harmonics, while the second L was the inductance of the transformer between the inverter and the power grid. However, in the current project I am missing a transformer at the inverter output, so I'm stuck with only the LC transfer function as a plant. That is a problem because an LC filter does not allow for the control of the injected grid-side current (which I need to be able to do), allowing only for the control of the voltage across the capacitor. Is there a way in which this can be done? Should I take into account the impedance of the transmission line as the second L and just design like I would have an LCL filter? If I do that, should I also take into account the resistance of the line?