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Green Cities, Hybrid Ships, and Clean Ports: They are All Microgrid Optimization Challenges

Recently, San Diego stated that their initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships and facilities has been working. Between 2006 and 2012 they reduced CO2 and other emissions by at least 42%. [1] If anyone has been paying attention, in ...

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Threats, revolt and an ostrich: reflections on Beyond Integration: three dynamics reshaping renewables and the grid

In the first of a series of 'Beyond Integration' blogs on renewables and the grid, Fliss Jones summarises the headline findings of DNV GL's landmark report. At the start of this year, a request landed on my desk to analyse some survey data on the ...

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Integration of renewable energy in Europe

Integration of renewable energy in Europe

With the delivery of a final report, the Markets and Policy Development team of DNV GL's Energy division in Bonn, Germany has closed a comprehensive project for the European Commission DG ENER. Project Overview In this project our team has been c ...

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PV effects on distribution systems

PV effects on distribution systems

Distributed generation (DG) is being implemented across the nation's electric grid in ever-expanding ways. During the last few years alone, we have seen major increases in grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) DG. Nearly 1 GW of installed PV capacity is n ...

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