Distributed Power in the United States

Distributed Power in the United States

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Providing reliable and secure electric power to meet the growing demands of this century, in a way which mitigates the adverse effects of climate change, is a daunting challenge. The situation has given rise to increased interest in the potential for Distributed Power Systems (DPS): a combination of distributed sources of power production and distributed power storage. This study examines the economic, environmental, and energy security case for DPS.
Publisher: Stanford, California : Stanford University, Hoover Institution Press, [2013]
ISBN: 9780817915865
0817915869
9780817915889
0817915885
0817915842
9780817915841
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xxii, 245 pages)

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