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On the Value of Time-Diversified Renewable Energy Using Interregional HVDC Transmission

  • Nov 12, 2020
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Frustrated with your inability to achieve high levels of renewable energy with just your local renewables? Check out our latest article: "On the Value of Time-Diversified Renewable Energy Using Interregional Transmission", and feel better about it. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040619020301536?dgcid=author 

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Matt Chester on Nov 12, 2020

I love hearing about developments in the world of HVDC, Robert, so thanks for sharing! It would appear that the United States is in particularly unique position to take advantage of how HVDC could open up the grid given the larger land area and diverse geographies, but from what I've read we're behind some other nations in really giving it a go. Do you think the market/regulatory structure on the U.S. grid will be an impediment, or might we see some real progress with what the technology is capable of in the coming years? 

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