Smart Grid

Author: Stephen F. Bush
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111882024X
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The portmanteau for this is “prosumer.” This leads to a discussion of microgrids,
particularly small microgrids used by consumers allowing them to sell the excess
power that they produce. Finally, the issue of flexibility for the consumer or
prosumer is discussed. This covers aspects related to how well the power grid
can adapt to user preferences. This could include whether the consumer, or even
the prosumer, can operate in a mobile environment. An example is whether the
consumer ...

The Sage Handbook Of Modern Japanese Studies

Author: James D Babb
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1473908795
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Nikkei (2013a). Kaiy ̄o hatsuden, kaiiki wo k ̄obo: seifu sh ̄unai ni 14 nendo,
jish ̄o jikken, Nihon Keizai Shinbun (March 10): 1. Nikkei (2013b). Power
utilities facing smaller rate hikes than hoped, Nikkei Shimbun (April 3), accessed
at ... Preparing for the Summer Energy Crisis, The
Tokyo Foundation (May 2), Accessed 10 October 2014 at http://www. en/articles/2011/summer-energy-crisis Suwa, A. and
Jupesta J. (2012).

The Report Oman 2014

Author: Oxford Business Group
Publisher: Oxford Business Group
ISBN: 1907065962
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While detailed interconnection arrangements have yet to be agreed, there were
more than 700 cross-border trades on the GCC grid from its establishment in
2009 to mid-2013. Some have questioned how much impacta GCC grid can have
at the moment, given the fact that all countries have highest demand in summer,
and lowest in winter, thus running surpluses and occasional deficits intandem.
However, Oman's summer power shortages, and its higher-than-average
generation ...

Managing The Transition

Author: Dennis Kumetat
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317671112
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In addition to that, the GCC utilities can optimize their power production, as well
as reserve capacities, if they are able to rely on other regional electricity systems.
In its early days, this system apparently experienced a difficult start, as, for
instance, negotiations over summer power exports from Qatar to Kuwait failed (
The Peninsula, 2009). Yet, more recently, this strategy of the interconnection grid
worked out much better. As the current CEO of the GCCIA stated in 2013, the grid
has so ...

Handbuch Der Spread Spectrum Technik

Author: Alois M.J. Goiser
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 370916818X
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(Power79] Record of Panel Presentations, 1979 Summer Power Meeting, "
Communication Alternatives for Distribution Metering and Load Management.”,
IEEE Transactions on Power ... 1971-2013, (1968). Rice73/1] Steven O. Rice, "
Distortion Produced by Band Limitation of an FM Wave.”, Bell System Technical
Jounal, Vol.52, Nr.5, 605-626, (1973). Rice73/2] Steven O. Rice, "Efficient
Evaluation of Integrals of Analytic Functions by the Trapezoidal Rule.”, Bell
System Technical ...

Cengage Advantage Books American Government And Politics Today Brief Edition 2012 2013

Author: Steffen Schmidt
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1111832935
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POWER. Presidents have at their disposal a variety of special powers and
privileges not available in the other branches of the U.S. government. These
include (1) emergency powers, (2) executive orders, and (3) executive privilege.
Emergency. Powers. If you were to read the Constitution, you would find no
mention of the additional powers that the executive office may exercise during
national emergencies. ... Executive Privilege sumer goods and administer wage
and price controls.

Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce Designing Trading Strategies And Mechanisms For Electronic Markets

Author: Esther David
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642408648
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DAs are a particularly interesting case of dynamics for Computer and Economics
scientists, since product prices and demand/response may fluctuate in an
unpredictable manner, thus giving room for research. Power TAC, initially
launched in 2011 [8], provides a powerful competition benchmark of applying
DAs' theory to real-life problems. It simulates a modern energy market, where
producer, consumer and prosumer needs of electrical power are modeled.
Competing agents act as ...

Yearbook On Space Policy 2012 2013

Author: Cenan Al-Ekabi
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3709118271
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Table 8.4 Technical characteristics of satellite navigation systems Characteristics
GLONASS GPS Galileo BeiDou Country Russia USA EU China Number of
satellites 24 (basic) 24 (basic) extendable to 48 30 (basic) 35 (basic) Number of
orbital planes 3 6 3 3 Number of satellites in each plane 8 4 9 9 Orbital alti- tude (
km) 19,100a 20,200 23,222 38,300 (IGSO), 31,500 (МEO) Number of orbits per
day 2 2 1.7 1 Batteries Range: 7.2 m Power: 1,600 W Range: 17.5 m Power:
1,600 W ...

Electric Power Distribution Handbook Second Edition

Author: Thomas Allen Short
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466598654
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Arseneau, R., Hill, E. F., Szabados, R., and Ferry, D., Synchronous motor
impedances measured at harmonic frequencies, IEEE/PES Summer Power
Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, 1979. Barker, P. P., Distributed solar integration
experiences, Distributed Wind/Solar Interconnection Workshop, Golden, CO,
Utility Variable-Generation Integration Group (UVIG), May 2013. Barker, P. P., Bui
, B., and Hirayama, A., Application of diesel generation at Hawaiian electric
substations for power ...

The Middle East And South Asia 2013

Author: Malcolm Russell
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475804873
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In ancient times, however, production depended on human and animal energy
for power and thus luxuries and comforts could be enjoyed only by small,
privileged groups—and only through taking wealth from others, both slaves
within ... Claiming divine descent, his successors as kings or Pharaohs exerted
enormous power over society. ... In the mid-24th century BC, however, Sargon,
ruler of Akkad to the north, conquered Sumer and proclaimed himself king of
Sumer and Akkad.