Exploring the Impacts of Extreme Events_ Natural Gas Fuel and Other Contingencies on Resource Adequacy
- Feb 21, 2021 1:23 pm GMT
This valuable EPRI report confirm that extreme weather events and limitations on natural gas availability are occurring more frequently, while the metrics and methodologies for addressing these events have not kept pace. For example, weather is causing significant changes in the correlated output of variable energy resources. In addition, the increased threat of cyber-attacks must be addressed in power system planning and preparedness. Therefore, there is a need to understand events that can simultaneously impact multiple generating units and to develop metrics and methodologies with which to measure and plan for their impacts on resource adequacy.
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