Helping the Utility Industry, Industrial Sector Accommodate Renewable Energy

April 2015
POWERGRID International;Apr2015, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p26
The article presents the author's view concerning the adoption of a renewable energy generation system for the industrial sector. Topics discussed include an overview of the business relationship between the industrial sector and the utility industry, the control system needed to manage the changing load requirements of the industrial sector, and the recommended strategies for handling situations where renewable energy generators are unable to supply the energy demands of industries.


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