solar eclipse

Risk Adjustment In Transactional Grids

Risk Adjustment In Transactional Grids

There are multiple technologies - such as simulation studies, forecasting, and storage - for anticipating and mitigating the risks to renewable energy supplies of very rare but consequential weather events. The 21 August total solar eclipse in the United States suggests similarly that while rare, such risks arehas neither been “uncontrollable” nor “unpredictable” to policy makers. However, some of the utilized risk solutions seem to start by assuming a centralized electricity grid, where energy supplies are optimized to meet demands. As such, they overlook new possibilities of risk management in transactional electricity grids.