The emergence of increasingly cost-effective distributed energy resources, coupled with the pace of change in communication technologies, has led us to an inflection point in the electric utility industry.
Ride-through is a hot topic these days in discussions of distributed energy resources (DER), especially in standards communities, such as IEEE.
System planning techniques evolved in a world of one-way energy delivery from power plants to consumers. However, as two-way power flow continues to develop, new questions are raised from a variety of perspectives.
The rise of distributed energy resources (DER) is prompting dramatic changes at the point of electricity consumption, often known as the “edge” of the power system.