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Variable Energy Resource Induced Power System Imbalances: Mitigation by Increased System Flexibility, Spinning Reserves and Regulation

Today, Dr. Aramazd Muzhikyan has has presented a paper entitled: “Variable Energy Resource Induced Power System Imbalances: Mitigation by Increased System Flexibility, Spinning Reserves and Regulation” at the 2013 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Sustainability in Portland Oregon. This paper is the second in a series to demonstrate a method for the holistic assessment of power system imbalances given the increasing penetration of variable energy resources. The work is takes the the IEEE RTS-96 reliability test system with data from the Bonneville Power Administration.

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LIINES Website: http://amfarid.scripts.mit.edu

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