With increasing connection of distributed generations (DGs), the power flow in electric distribution network is no longer unidirectional and the network has become active distribution network. Thus, the connection of DGs in electric distribution networks has created a challenge for distribution network operators due to bidirectional power flow. One of the main technical challenges of an active distribution network is to maintain an acceptable voltage level in the system. This has initiated efforts in using various voltage control strategies to regulate the network voltage profile so that the voltage is maintained at its allowable voltage limits. A number of voltage control methods have been applied to solve voltage control problems associated with the connection of DGs in a distribution system. These voltage control strategies may be classified as decentralized or distributed and centralized or coordinated voltage control. From the literature, a number of coordinated voltage control strategies have been implemented to provide better and faster control to the system. This chapter presents an improved coordinated voltage control method in active electric distribution network by coordinating the three voltage control methods, namely, power factor control, on load tap changer control and generation curtailment control. These voltage control methods are coordinated using fuzzy logic by considering the load bus voltages and DG power as inputs and the voltage control actions as the outputs. The fuzzy logic if-then control rules which are generated to build the fuzzy logic control system are based on the simulations results as well as from the previous works. Results obtained using the fuzzy logic based coordinated voltage control has shown that the voltages are able to be kept within its permissible limits.