Distributed Generators are a viable source of demand response assets for a utility. They can be bid into the ISO markets as non-spin reserves, provide contingency power, and be used to offset capacity shortages. Utilities are building programs to aggregate customer-owned generators into blocks that can be bid into the energy markets.
|Document Number||Description||Issue Date|
|Implementing Real-Time Statistical Analysis of Power Quality in a Distributed Generating Environment (multiple wind farm sites), Martin Boulay, Eng. (The Ohmega Group), Robert O’Reilly (Cooper Power Systems - Cybectec), poster session presented at CanWEA conference, Vancouver, British Columbia||10/08|
|Implementing Real-Time Statistical Analysis of Power Quality in a Distributed Generating Environment (multiple wind farm sites), Robert O’ Reilly, Senior Application Engineer, Cooper Power Systems – Canada, Matthew Oong, Regional Sales Manager, Cooper Power Systems – Australia, presented at The Electric Energy Society of Australia, Energy NSW 2008, 29th - 31st October, Sydney, Australia||10/08|