The Odd Couple: Renewables and Transmission

Piszczalski, Martin
July 2009
Power;Jul2009, Vol. 153 Issue 7, p62
Trade Publication
The article discusses the problems of developing renewable resources of energy and expanding the transmission capacity simultaneously. The inclination towards product push from market pull is mentioned and the need for more market oversight for the development of renewable resources is discussed. It suggests shortening the procedural time and minimizing the extra money in case of long distance transmission. Other problems of intermittency and costs in renewable energy sources are discussed.


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