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The Resource Advances in energy systems : the large-scale renewable energy integration challenge, edited by Peter D. Lund (Aalto University School of Science, Finland) [and three others]

Advances in energy systems : the large-scale renewable energy integration challenge, edited by Peter D. Lund (Aalto University School of Science, Finland) [and three others]

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Advances in energy systems : the large-scale renewable energy integration challenge
Title
Advances in energy systems
Title remainder
the large-scale renewable energy integration challenge
Statement of responsibility
edited by Peter D. Lund (Aalto University School of Science, Finland) [and three others]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
333.79/4
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Lund, Peter D.,
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  • Renewable energy sources
  • Power resources
Label
Advances in energy systems : the large-scale renewable energy integration challenge, edited by Peter D. Lund (Aalto University School of Science, Finland) [and three others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Part I Energy System Challenges; Chapter 1 Handling Renewable Energy Variability and Uncertainty in Power System Operation; INTRODUCTION; THE CHALLENGES OF RES IN POWER SYSTEM OPERATION; ADVANCES IN RENEWABLE ENERGY FORECASTING; THE IMPORTANCE OF GENERATION FLEXIBILITY; METHODS FOR HANDLING THE VARIABILITY AND UNCERTAINTY FOR STEADY-STATE OPERATION; THE ROLE OF STORAGE DEVICES; ACTIVE AND REACTIVE POWER CONTROL OF RES; MARKET RULES AND PRODUCTS FOR DEALING WITH VARIABILITY AND UNCERTAINTY; EMERGENT APPROACHES
  • CONCLUSIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; Chapter 2 Short-Term Frequency Response of Power Systems with High Nonsynchronous Penetration Levels; INTRODUCTION; FREQUENCY RESPONSE EVOLUTION WITH INCREASED VARIABLE GENERATION; POTENTIAL FREQUENCY RESPONSE SOLUTIONS; GRID CODE REQUIREMENTS AND ANCILLARY SERVICE MARKETS; ISSUES RESULTING FROM NONSYNCHRONOUS FREQUENCY RESPONSE; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 3 Technical Impacts of High Penetration Levels of Wind Power on Power System Stability; INTRODUCTION; SYSTEM MODELING; FREQUENCY CONTROL AND INERTIAL ISSUES
  • TRANSIENT STABILITY AND FAULT RIDE-THROUGHVOLTAGE STABILITY; SMALL SIGNAL STABILITY AND SUBSYNCHRONOUS INTERACTIONS; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 4 Understanding Constraints to the Transformation Rate of Global Energy Infrastructure; INTRODUCTION; WHAT IS POSSIBLE? - HISTORICAL (AND FUTURE) CONTEXT; WHAT EXTRA BURDENS DOES AN ENERGY TRANSFORMATION INTRODUCE?; HOW SIGNIFICANT IS THE EARLY REPLACEMENT CHALLENGE?; SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 5 Physical and Cybersecurity in a Smart Grid Environment; INTRODUCTION; MAJORINTRUSION INCIDENTS; SMARTGRID VULNERABILITIES
  • SECURITYCONTROLS FOR THE SMART GRIDENHANCEMENTOF THE SMART GRID SECURITY; PHYSICALAND CYBERSECURITY INTERDEPENDENCY; CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 6 Energy Security: Challenges and Needs; INTRODUCTION; DEFINING ENERGY SECURITY; THREATS TO AVAILABILITY; THREATS TO AFFORDABILITY; THREATS TO EFFICIENCY; THREATS TO STEWARDSHIP; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; Chapter 7 Nuclear and Renewables: Compatible or Contradicting?; INTRODUCTION; STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF NUCLEAR POWER; RENEWABLE ENERGIES; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; Part II Perspectives on Grids
  • Chapter 8 Smart-Grid Policies: An International ReviewINTRODUCTION; BARRIERS AND DRIVERS IMPACTING THE DEPLOYMENT OF SMART GRIDS; SMART-GRID POLICIES OF THE UNITED STATES; SMART-GRID POLICIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION; SMART-GRID POLICIES OF EAST ASIA; INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION; CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDED FUTURE POLICY DIRECTIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 9 A View of Microgrids; INTRODUCTION; DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES; ACTIVE DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS; TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROGRID OPERATION; MICROGRID DEPLOYMENT ROADMAP; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES
Control code
on1057243724
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119508335
Lccn
2018047879
Note
John Wiley and Sons
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1057243724
Label
Advances in energy systems : the large-scale renewable energy integration challenge, edited by Peter D. Lund (Aalto University School of Science, Finland) [and three others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Part I Energy System Challenges; Chapter 1 Handling Renewable Energy Variability and Uncertainty in Power System Operation; INTRODUCTION; THE CHALLENGES OF RES IN POWER SYSTEM OPERATION; ADVANCES IN RENEWABLE ENERGY FORECASTING; THE IMPORTANCE OF GENERATION FLEXIBILITY; METHODS FOR HANDLING THE VARIABILITY AND UNCERTAINTY FOR STEADY-STATE OPERATION; THE ROLE OF STORAGE DEVICES; ACTIVE AND REACTIVE POWER CONTROL OF RES; MARKET RULES AND PRODUCTS FOR DEALING WITH VARIABILITY AND UNCERTAINTY; EMERGENT APPROACHES
  • CONCLUSIONSACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; Chapter 2 Short-Term Frequency Response of Power Systems with High Nonsynchronous Penetration Levels; INTRODUCTION; FREQUENCY RESPONSE EVOLUTION WITH INCREASED VARIABLE GENERATION; POTENTIAL FREQUENCY RESPONSE SOLUTIONS; GRID CODE REQUIREMENTS AND ANCILLARY SERVICE MARKETS; ISSUES RESULTING FROM NONSYNCHRONOUS FREQUENCY RESPONSE; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 3 Technical Impacts of High Penetration Levels of Wind Power on Power System Stability; INTRODUCTION; SYSTEM MODELING; FREQUENCY CONTROL AND INERTIAL ISSUES
  • TRANSIENT STABILITY AND FAULT RIDE-THROUGHVOLTAGE STABILITY; SMALL SIGNAL STABILITY AND SUBSYNCHRONOUS INTERACTIONS; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 4 Understanding Constraints to the Transformation Rate of Global Energy Infrastructure; INTRODUCTION; WHAT IS POSSIBLE? - HISTORICAL (AND FUTURE) CONTEXT; WHAT EXTRA BURDENS DOES AN ENERGY TRANSFORMATION INTRODUCE?; HOW SIGNIFICANT IS THE EARLY REPLACEMENT CHALLENGE?; SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 5 Physical and Cybersecurity in a Smart Grid Environment; INTRODUCTION; MAJORINTRUSION INCIDENTS; SMARTGRID VULNERABILITIES
  • SECURITYCONTROLS FOR THE SMART GRIDENHANCEMENTOF THE SMART GRID SECURITY; PHYSICALAND CYBERSECURITY INTERDEPENDENCY; CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 6 Energy Security: Challenges and Needs; INTRODUCTION; DEFINING ENERGY SECURITY; THREATS TO AVAILABILITY; THREATS TO AFFORDABILITY; THREATS TO EFFICIENCY; THREATS TO STEWARDSHIP; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; Chapter 7 Nuclear and Renewables: Compatible or Contradicting?; INTRODUCTION; STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF NUCLEAR POWER; RENEWABLE ENERGIES; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; FURTHER READING; Part II Perspectives on Grids
  • Chapter 8 Smart-Grid Policies: An International ReviewINTRODUCTION; BARRIERS AND DRIVERS IMPACTING THE DEPLOYMENT OF SMART GRIDS; SMART-GRID POLICIES OF THE UNITED STATES; SMART-GRID POLICIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION; SMART-GRID POLICIES OF EAST ASIA; INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION; CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDED FUTURE POLICY DIRECTIONS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 9 A View of Microgrids; INTRODUCTION; DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCES; ACTIVE DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS; TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROGRID OPERATION; MICROGRID DEPLOYMENT ROADMAP; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES
Control code
on1057243724
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781119508335
Lccn
2018047879
Note
John Wiley and Sons
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1057243724

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