Flexibility in 21st Century Power Systems

@inproceedings{Miller2015FlexibilityI2,
  title={Flexibility in 21st Century Power Systems},
  author={Mackay Miller and Owen Zinaman and Michael B. Milligan and Doug Arent and Eamonn Lannoye},
  year={2015}
}
All power systems have some inherent level of flexibility— designed to balance supply and demand at all times. Variability and uncertainty are not new to power systems because loads change over time and in sometimes unpredictable ways, and conventional resources fail unexpectedly. Variable renewable energy supply, however, can make this balance harder to achieve. Both wind and solar generation output vary significantly over the course of hours to days, sometimes in a predictable fashion, but… CONTINUE READING

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