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Title: The Interface of Power: Moving Toward Distribution System Operators
Authors: Dimitra Apostolopoulou;Shay Bahramirad;Amin Khodaei
subject: power interface|regional transmission operator|utility grid|distributed energy resource|energy use control|RTO|distribution grid|ISO|resource diversification|greenhouse gas reduction|electricity delivery reliability|distribution system operator deployment|independent system operators|DSO|DER|emission reduction
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The Deployment of a Distribution System Operator (DSO ) is becoming a necessity as a result of the distribution grid's increasing roles and functionalities to ensure an efficient and reliable delivery of electricity to emerging proactive customers. The preferences of customers have evolved as they are willing to have more control over their energy use and transactions with the utility grid. In parallel, there is a potential need for an intermediate entity between the independent system operators (ISO s) or regional transmission operators (RTOs) and distributed energy resource (DER) owners due to the limited visibility and control over the meter resources. A DSO may efficiently utilize DERs to improve system reliability and resiliency and reduce emissions and greenhouse gasses by resource diversification.
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http://localhost/handle/Hannan/647090
ISSN: 1540-7977
volume: 14
issue: 3
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Title: The Interface of Power: Moving Toward Distribution System Operators
Authors: Dimitra Apostolopoulou;Shay Bahramirad;Amin Khodaei
subject: power interface|regional transmission operator|utility grid|distributed energy resource|energy use control|RTO|distribution grid|ISO|resource diversification|greenhouse gas reduction|electricity delivery reliability|distribution system operator deployment|independent system operators|DSO|DER|emission reduction
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The Deployment of a Distribution System Operator (DSO ) is becoming a necessity as a result of the distribution grid's increasing roles and functionalities to ensure an efficient and reliable delivery of electricity to emerging proactive customers. The preferences of customers have evolved as they are willing to have more control over their energy use and transactions with the utility grid. In parallel, there is a potential need for an intermediate entity between the independent system operators (ISO s) or regional transmission operators (RTOs) and distributed energy resource (DER) owners due to the limited visibility and control over the meter resources. A DSO may efficiently utilize DERs to improve system reliability and resiliency and reduce emissions and greenhouse gasses by resource diversification.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/179499
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/647090
ISSN: 1540-7977
volume: 14
issue: 3
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: The Interface of Power: Moving Toward Distribution System Operators
Authors: Dimitra Apostolopoulou;Shay Bahramirad;Amin Khodaei
subject: power interface|regional transmission operator|utility grid|distributed energy resource|energy use control|RTO|distribution grid|ISO|resource diversification|greenhouse gas reduction|electricity delivery reliability|distribution system operator deployment|independent system operators|DSO|DER|emission reduction
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The Deployment of a Distribution System Operator (DSO ) is becoming a necessity as a result of the distribution grid's increasing roles and functionalities to ensure an efficient and reliable delivery of electricity to emerging proactive customers. The preferences of customers have evolved as they are willing to have more control over their energy use and transactions with the utility grid. In parallel, there is a potential need for an intermediate entity between the independent system operators (ISO s) or regional transmission operators (RTOs) and distributed energy resource (DER) owners due to the limited visibility and control over the meter resources. A DSO may efficiently utilize DERs to improve system reliability and resiliency and reduce emissions and greenhouse gasses by resource diversification.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/179499
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/647090
ISSN: 1540-7977
volume: 14
issue: 3
Appears in Collections:2016

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