- Jan 21, 2021 8:58 pm GMT
This post covers three subjects related to using microgrids to mitigate Public Safety Power Shutoffs (PSPS): (1) a bill on its way through California’s Senate that hopes to help achieve this, (2) a recent ruling by the California PUC that “facilitates commercialization of microgrids across California, and strategies for procurement of backup power in advance of the wildfire season…”, and (3) how microgrids and distributed power might operate cost-effectively.
If we are taking about the Planet-Earth, the title of this paper is absurd. In general, our planet has an almost fixed amount of water over any reasonably short period (say centuries to millennia). But what isn’t static is the water’s state.
Episode #108: 'The Unmatched Possibilities of a Nuclear and Microgrid Pairing' with Jhansi Kandasamy and Kurt Myers of Idaho National Laboratory [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast]
When looking to the goal of a net zero future, the power sector has seen an impressive variety and range of technologies seen as the lynchpin innovation. But the reality is that to truly solve our global emissions crisis and to decarbonize the..
It’s a busy time in the electric vehicle (EV) Market. My last post on this was under a month ago, but new, and significant information has been coming in at a rapid pace, and I’m expecting more before the posting date.
This document contains links to all of the major / educational papers I have written and posted to Energy Central. I originally posted this document at the end of 2018. This quarterly update is at the end of the fourth quarter (December) of 2022.
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