Embedded Microgrids and Examining Their Requirements: Exclusive Interview with Arnold McKinley of University College London & Travis Kauschke of South Australia Power Networks-- Part I - [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]
- Apr 4, 2019 2:20 am GMT
The utility industry is at a pivot point as the need to increase efficiency and decarbonize is more important than ever, innovative technologies and solutions are being plugged into the grid every day, and utilities and wholesale market operators adapt to the ever-changing landscape of the energy industry. Amid all these changes and new innovations, thought-leaders are looking to get a head start on planning for these needs. One crucial area of study has been in embedded microgrids, which can operate both on the grid as well as islanded away from the grid.
This emerging technology has been an area of study that Arnold McKinley, Teaching Fellow at University College London, has been examining from afar. As he seeks to learn more and share his findings, Arnold looks to share his presentation "Embedded Microgrids -- examining the requirements for local electricity generators and loads to operate as microgrids both connected to and independently of the traditional grid" later this year at DER SmartGrid Integration 2019.
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