Increasingly, power systems will incorporate distributed smart technologies, flexible communication, a wide variety of digital devices on the power systems, and distributed command and control systems. In this new world, flexibility will be key flexibility of generation resources, flexibility of the transmission and distribution system, flexibility at the consumer level, and flexibility of the market to incentivize the power system to account for variability.
Power System Flexibility
Posted: 13 Aug 2013
Authors:Clark W. Gellings
Arshad Mansoor and Ron Schoff
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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