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The Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) provides an advanced and economical solution for both voltage sag and swell problems. The voltage-restoration process involves real-power injection into the distribution system. The Interline DVR (IDVR) proposed in this paper provides a way to compensate the voltage deviation caused in a feeder. The IDVR consists of several DVRs connected to different distribution feeders in the power system sharing a common energy storage. Here, one DVR in the IDVR system works in voltage-sag/swell compensation mode while the other DVR in the IDVR system operate in power-flow control mode. The single phase model of the IDVR system is illustrated which is operated by Multiple Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). Open-loop and closed-loop control schemes of load voltage for a simple system is modeled and simulated using MATLAB software. The simulation results are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed IDVR system.