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    Thursday, December 15, 2016

    Working Distributed Energy Into The Power Mix

    Energy report provides guidance for evolving electric power sector

    Emily Dahl, December 15, 2016 (PhysOrg)

    “Distributed energy resources [DER] —relatively small-scale power technologies such as solar, wind, energy storage, and power electronics and control devices—are being deployed rapidly in the global shift toward a low-carbon energy future. To ensure that both distributed and centralized energy resources are integrated efficiently, however, electric power systems in the U.S., Europe, and other parts of the world need major regulatory, policy, and market overhauls, says [Utility of the Future from] the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI). The report was developed in collaboration with the Institute for Research in Technology at Comillas Pontifical University (IIT-Comillas)…Today's electric power systems were designed, built, and regulated well before distributed energy resources—small- and medium-sized technologies that can provide electricity services and are sited in local distribution networks—had come onto the horizon as viable options…Among the study's recommendations is a set of measures to [make tariff and rate structures for electricity services technology-agnostic, encourage off-peak use, and reflect] the value of DER services…” click here for more

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