A new report from IEEE, Vision for Smart Grid Controls: 2030 and Beyond, explores what is implied by a power system that can gather any and all available information, facilitate the functioning of resilient transmission and distribution networks, shape any and all loads that are responsive, and allocate all dispatchable generators, storage and electric vehicles to deliver reliable and affordable power everywhere and at all times.
A Medium-term Vision for Grid Controls
Posted: 13 Aug 2013
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