The Future Grid to Enable Sustainable Energy Systems
Research Thrust Area 3: Renewable Energy Integration – Technological and Market Design Challenges
- Semi-Annual PSERC Industry-University Meeting on Preparing for the Future Grid. University of Wisconsin-Madison. (May 29, 2013)
- Direct and Telemetric Coupling of Renewable Power Resources with Deferrable Load (3.1) [Slides] – Shmuel Oren, Univ. of California-Berkeley
- Mitigating Renewables Intermittency Through Nondisruptive Load Control (3.2) [Slides] – Duncan Callaway, Univ. of California-Berkeley
- Using Deferrable Demand to Meet Renewable Portfolio Standards and Emission Reduction Targets (3.3) [Slides] – K. Max Zhang, Cornell Univ.
- Probabilistic Simulation Methodology for Evaluation of Renewable Resource Intermittency and Variability Impacts in Power System Operations and Planning (3.4) [Slides] – George Gross, Univ. of IL-Urbana
- Renewable Energy Integration – Technological and Market Design Challenges: A PSERC Future Grid Initiative Progress Report. PSERC Webinar [Slides ] (February 19, 2013)
- Research Results : PSERC Industry-University Meeting. Golden, CO. (December 2012)
- Variable Generation Integration Session. Future Grid Forum. Washington DC. (June 27-28, 2012)
- Mitigating Renewables Intermittency Through Non-Disruptive Distributed Load Control (December 2011)
Duncan Callaway, University of California at Berkeley
- Probabilistic Simulation Methodology for Evaluating the Impacts of Renewable Intermittency on Operations and Planning (December 2011)
George Gross, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. Collaborator: Alejandro Dominguez-Garcia, University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.
- Planning and Market Design for Using Dispatchable Loads to Meet Renewable Portfolio Standards and Emissions Reduction Targets (December 2011)
Tim Mount, Cornell University. Collaborators: K. Max Zhang and Robert J. Thomas, Cornell University.
- Coupling Renewable Energy Supply with Deferrable Demand (December 2011)
Shmuel Oren, University of California at Berkeley