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power networks

Friday, May 18, 2018 - 9:00am - 9:50am
Michael Polis (Oakland University)
The North American electric power grid is a large existing distributed network that will present new stability and control problems should the penetration of distributed renewable sources, controllable loads, and local-area energy storage capabilities become a significant portion of the overall grid. Roof-top solar panels and small wind turbines represent renewable sources, plug-in hybrids or all electric vehicles represent controllable loads, and battery packs would be local storage devices.
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