Springer, 2017. — 345 p. — (Power Electronics and Power Systems). — ISBN 978-3-319-55579-9.This book outlines the challenges that increasing amounts of renewable and distributed energy represent when integrated into established electricity grid infrastructures, offering a range of potential solutions that will support engineers, grid operators, system planners, utilities, and policymakers alike in their efforts to realize the vision of moving toward greener, more secure energy portfolios. Covering all major renewable sources, from wind and solar, to waste energy and hydropower, the authors highlight case studies of successful integration scenarios to demonstrate pathways toward overcoming the complexities created by variable and distributed generation. Contents Wind Integration in ERCOT Integration of Large-Scale Renewable Energy: Experience and Practice in China The Role of Ensemble Forecasting in Integrating Renewables into Power Systems: From Theory to Real-Time Applications Wind and Solar Forecasting Reserve Estimation in Renewable Integration Studies Balancing Authority Cooperation Concepts to Reduce Variable Generation Integration Costs in the Western Interconnection: Consolidating Balancing Authorities and Sharing Balancing Reserves Robust Optimization in Electric Power Systems Operations Planning of Large Scale Renewable Energy for Bulk Power Systems Voltage Control for Wind Power Integration Areas Risk Averse Security Constrained Stochastic Congestion Management
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