The evolution of wind power integration studies: Past, present, and future

  title={The evolution of wind power integration studies: Past, present, and future},
  author={Erik Ela and Michael Milligan and Brian Parsons and Debra J. Lew and David A. Corbus},
  journal={2009 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting},
The rapid growth of wind power as a generation resource in the past decade has given many utilities and Regional Transmission Organizations (RTO) concerns due to its unconventional characteristics. Because of these concerns, many of these entities have initiated studies that evaluate the feasibility of large amounts of wind power onto their system and the operational impacts present. This paper will discuss some of the past major studies, mostly focusing on the United States, and the basic… CONTINUE READING
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