One of sixteen smart grid demonstration projects funded under the U.S. stimulus bill of 2009, the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration is focused squarely on transactive control technology. The control technology developed in the project can be thought of as a distributed decision-making technique. Decisions at nodal points are informed by both local and global information, as represented in transactive control signals shared by neighboring nodes.
Distrbuted Resource Integration with Transactive Control
Posted: 14 Jun 2014
Authors:Ronald Melton and Don Hammerstrom
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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