March 15, 2012

Can Renewables Be Knit Into the Grid?

Corina Rivera-Linares , EnergyBiz


EnergyBiz

Integrating renewable energy sources into the grid faces various challenges, including not having organized markets or enough transmission to transport the power.

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TAGGED: Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Intermittent Resources, Electricity, Electrical Grid, Renewable Energy

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