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Independent Consultant Rakon Energy LLC

Rao Konidena found Rakon Energy LLC because Rao is passionate about connecting clients to cost-effective solutions in energy consulting, storage, distributed energy resources, and electricity...

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  • Oct 13, 2021

MISO is finally at a point where long-term planning models and planning software must be revamped to incorporate the growing role of batteries. This stakeholder presentation highlights the need for MISO planning engineers to allow storage to address typical transmission planning violations.

Additionally, energy storage can reduce the need for network upgrades in generator interconnection studies. Right now, interconnection engineers are currently focused on identifying transmission projects to interconnect renewable projects, but, if energy storage is modeled and dispatched appropriately in planning models used for interconnection studies, storage can address the interconnection delays.


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