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We have big challenges ahead from climate change. One of the biggest is how to provide electricity when needed with less pollution and harmful green house gasses. How will the grid accommodate renewable energy and energy sources with less greenhouse gas emissions? What is the role of energy storage in moderating fluctuating sources of  energy? Will having more micro-grids add to   stability or will they be disruptive?

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Paul Denholm, is Principal Energy Analyst at
the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
and a member of the Grid Systems Group
in the Strategic Energy Center. 

 

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Robert Wood, P.E., is
Senior Electrical Engineer on microgrids
at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s
Integrated Applications Center.

 

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