This presentation investigates the impact of PV integration on the voltage regulation of a radial distribution feeder. Voltage regulation is performed via an on-load tap changer (OLTC) located at the distribution substation and a voltage regulator and fixed capacitor bank placed downstream. Static studies are conducted first to examine the impact that PV penetration level and placement location has on the voltage profile along the feeder for peak and no-load conditions. The results obtained from this analysis provide insight into the effort that will be required to control the feeder voltage and reveals potential challenges that must be taken into account. A dynamic investigation is then performed using PSCAD, an electromagnetic transient program, to examine the effectiveness of a line-drop compensation strategy for regulating the voltage for a specified load profile. The results provide a foundation for future work that will compare the performance of several voltage control schemes. Additionally, this system will be used to explore other issues such as the use of PV inverters for dynamic voltage regulation and re-coordination of inverse-time over-current protection schemes. The OSIsoft PI System will play a vital role in extending the enhancements in feeder performance to an entire distribution system. In particular, the accessibility to historical and real-time data and diagnostic tools will assist operators with optimizing system behavior and lead to a more intelligently operated power system.