Sources of Operational Flexibility

Sources of Operational  Flexibility

Operational flexibility refers to the ability of a power system to respond to changes in electricity demand and generation. Flexibility is particularly important for power systems that integrate high levels of solar and wind, whose power outputs can be variable and uncertain, creating a fluctuating supply.

Author(s): Greening the Grid

Publication Date: 2015

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