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Wind Energy Curtailment (1)

Curtailment of energy can be defined as involuntary reduction in the output of the power plant from what it could produce in normal conditions. Curtailment of energy generation is generally observed in non-dispatchable renewable sources like wind, solar and wave. This issue can be regarded

Effects of Renewable Energy on Sustainable Development

The term ‘sustainability’ is firstly used in the Brudtland Report of 1987. In this report, sustainability is defined as “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”[1] Thus, following this definition, sustainable development

The Concept of Microgrid

By the improvement of technology, electricity components which are related with generating, distributing, reliability and resilience issues require improvements as well. Transmission of electricity is one of the most significant elements of those requirements. The generated electricity is connected to homes, industries, farms and all