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Integration of Renewable Energy Systems

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A. Walker
A. Walker
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J. Scheib
J. Scheib
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C. Turchi
C. Turchi
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R. Robichaud
R. Robichaud
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G. Tomberlin
G. Tomberlin
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K. Burman
K. Burman
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M. Hillesheim
M. Hillesheim
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B. Kroposki
B. Kroposki
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M. Qu
M. Qu
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ISBN:
9780791861240
No. of Pages:
150
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2016

In this final section, we will examine issues related to Energy System Integration, or ESI. ESI addresses how increasing amounts of intermittent renewable energy generation can be controlled to realize energy cost savings and improve system reliability. This section will discuss some of the challenges and solutions to ESI at the building, substation, and grid level, as well as cost and process-related issues faced by the utility.

11.1
Building Level Challenges and Solutions
11.2
Substation-Level Challenges and Solutions
11.3
Grid-Level Challenges and Solutions
11.4
Utilities’ Electrical Generation Systems
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