November/December 2013 | IEEE Power & Energy Magazine
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Finding Flexibility

Adding new generation, load, or transmission to the grid changes the operation of the incumbent power system.

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Catching Some Rays

Wind and solar installations in Hawaii have grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, and the islands are off to a fast start toward their target of generating…

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Knowledge is Power

Imagine a world in which wind energy is dispatchable, following a set point from the system operator…

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The Flexibility Workout

Power systems have been designed and operated so that the demand for electricity can be met at all times…

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Emergency Response

The reliable operation of a power system depends on maintaining frequency within predetermined limits…

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Code Shift

Grid codes and dynamic wind turbine models are key tools to allow increasing renewable energy penetration without challenging security of supply.

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Connecting the Dots

Following the rapid expansion of onshore wind power in many parts of the globe, offshore wind generation is now also being deployed at an increasing pace.

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From the Editor

This issue, devoted to wind integration issues, marks the fifth time we have returned to update on this subject.

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Leader’s Corner

It is hard to believe that my time as IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) president is winding down after two years.

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Guest Editorial

I have been told by many people that this themed issue, devoted to integration and interconnection of wind plants on power systems…

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