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    1. Fraunhofer software makes near-term power forecasts from aggregations of renewable suppliers

      Fraunhofer software makes near-term power forecasts from aggregations of renewable suppliers

      To achieve the best possible prediction, forecasts from multiple suppliers and various renewable energies are summarised into an optimised meta-forecast for the next day. The collective result represents the entire projected volume of green electricity and enables eco-power to be marketed in advance on the European Power Exchange (EPEX).

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    2. UCLA Research: How Big a Solar PV System? How Big a Battery System?

      UCLA Research: How Big a Solar PV System? How Big a Battery System?

      Grid operators have to deal with electricity from solar PV coming back at them in highly varied waves.  Utilities also have to worry how much less electricity they are going to sell.  Battery storage systems and battery electric vehicles connected to the grid offer other alternative solutions.  But  what are the best kind and size of batteries, and what is the best way to connect them?

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    3. Update: California Energy Commission Postpones Decision Allowing PV Projects to Opt-In to Permitting Process

      Update: California Energy Commission Postpones Decision Allowing PV Projects to Opt-In to Permitting Process

      In a previous blog, we reported on a proposed decision pending consideration by the California Energy Commission (CEC), which would allow solar photovoltaic project developers to opt-in to the CEC's permitting process.  The CEC has announced that its decision on this matter has been postponed to an as-yet undetermined date.

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      Mentions: CA Energy Comm
    4. Report by Frost & Sullivan: Decentralized Power Generation: Technology Penetration and Roadmapping

      Report by Frost & Sullivan: Decentralized Power Generation: Technology Penetration and Roadmapping

      Most DG units rely on intermittent energy sources, such as wind or solar, which could create voltage and frequency fluctuations in the main electric grid. To remedy this issue, utilities have to deploy smart grids and advanced electricity storage and managing systems.

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