Across North America, utilities are facing a variety of new challenges: increasing levels of variable generation; changing load profiles due to a rapidly expanding portfolio of distributed solar generation, use of demand response (DR) and proliferation of distributed energy resources (DER); as well as declining revenues due to energy efficiency and behind-the-meter solar generation.
Integrating Distributed and Demand-Side Resources with the Distribution Grid
Posted: 14 Oct 2014
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