24th July 17 Cameron Quin

In a World of Distributed Renewables, Who Is Going to Pay for the Power Grid and How?

Utility companies tend to oppose the widespread adoption of distributed renewable generation. They argue that since there is less energy flowing through their power grids, fixed costs must be spread over a reduced volume of kilowatt-hours, driving up the unit price of energy. However, the reality is that power grids are burdened by variability in either
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