Electric power is required to produce, treat, distribute and recycle water while water is required to generate and consume electricity. While many potential challenges emerge from this energy-water nexus, a systematic and intelligent approach to simultaneously plan and operate power and water infrastructure can lead to stabilizing effects in both.
The Stabilizing Role of the Energy-Water Nexus
Posted: 14 May 2014
Authors:Amro M. Farid
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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