Distributed Energy Resources (DER) encompasses distributed generation including combined heat and power, wind and photovoltaic systems, demand response, energy storage, vehicle-to-grid systems and microgrid. DER will have impacts on system operations and energy markets, which will require grid and energy market operations to embrace it. But what will be DER�s impacts, and how can we model DER economics and adoption from the user point of view?
Integrating Distributed Resources into Wholesale Markets and Grid Operations
Posted: 14 Jan 2014
Authors:Dr. Ralph D. Masiello
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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