According to the international standards, the EU regulation and the ANRE norms, it is necessary to have appropriate measures both in terms of electrical protections at the interface between the network and the prosumer, as well as in the generating plant. The management of electricity generation and load flows are important at the network level, but the first step in integrating the distributed generation is the operational one in which we must determine how these installations will work and how they will be protected against abnormal regimes. The prosumer, unlike the passive consumer of electricity, can consume, store or sell electricity into the grid. By this behavior and his additional capabilities is an active participant in the electrical grid. The electrical protections seen as the basic solutions for integrating prosumers are presented in this article.