NewEnergyNews: The Process of Energy Transition

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  • The Fight For Tomorrow’s Grid Gets Bigger

    Wednesday, June 30, 2021

    The Process of Energy Transition

    Energy transformation may 'feel like a slog' before gains - NextEra exec

    Carl Surran, June 20, 2021 (Seeking Alpha)

    “The integration of new power technologies may cause short-term discomfort but will launch a "wonderful transformation towards a cleaner power grid for society" within a decade, says Mark Ahlstrom, VP of renewable energy policy at NextEra Energy (NYSE:NEE)…

    ...[Ahlstrom co-authored] a draft report from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation focusing on grid transformation…[The] integration of large amounts of new technologies, including distributed resources, storage and inverter-based technologies…[comes with challenges and can feel like a ‘slog,’ problems result from] inaccurate forecasting of anticipated net demand…

    Grid operators must improve the interconnection and use of inverter-based resources on the bulk power system, or they risk disruption to electric reliability, particularly in times of extreme weather…[The recent blackouts in Texas and California show it will take more than adding capacity] to ensure sufficient energy is available…” click here for more

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