Stephen Suffian

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The increased penetration of uncertain and variable renewable energy presents various resource and operational electric grid challenges1. Micro-level (household and small commercial) demand-side grid flexibility could be a cost-effective strategy to integrate high penetrations of wind and solar energy, but literature and field deployments exploring the(More)
Renewable energy provides an increasingly significant contribution to power production around the globe. The variable and uncertain nature of certain renewable energy sources, however, requires increased grid flexibility to reliably match electricity supply with demand. On average, wind energy accounts for 20% of Nicaragua's total generation, and can(More)
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