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EITAN PELED's picture

Member since 2021

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Excluding storage facilities from the definition of an energy production facility?

How do you set up a storage facility? Is it part of production or part of demand? Does the location of the storage facility affect its definition? A storage facility can regulate production and on the other hand can regulate demand. what do you..
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Insights on how to integrate production, transmission and distribution systems with demand management?

 The topic I am dealing with is finding a way to integrate production, transmission and distribution systems with demand management. Today all the effort devoted to production management and distribution are the dominant ones in the design and..
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Prescient Transmission Systems

Member since 2021

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President, Prescient Transmission Systems

What plans are being made to integrate load management with dynamic electric grid performance requirements?

In the United States, the goal is to provide 120 Volt, 60 Hertz power to every customer twenty four hours a day, three hundred and sixty five days a year.
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As agricultural systems have become more sophisticated and automated, the electrical demands of many farms have increased. With their increased electrical usage, many farms are now on a commercial rate structure that are also charged for the..

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