Distributed Energy Articles

  • Knowledge is Power: It Takes more than software…

    In the time it takes the average person to read this sentence, 36 petabytes of IoT data, (an amount roughly equivalent to 720 million four-drawer filing cabinets filled with text) will be created. That number will double by the end of 2019. During lunch today (for those fortunate enough to take lunch), GE Power Digital’s ...


    By GE Renewable Energy

  • Why smart utilities are embracing distributed electricity

    Power companies that take initiative now can position themselves for a bright future in tomorrow’s clean energy economy The growth of distributed energy generation, particularly in the form of solar energy, leaves the aging, monopolistic electric utility system a daunting choice: Come out swinging in defense of the status quo or boldly jump into the cockpit, put on the ...


    By Ensia

  • Automotive Manufacturers Conquer the Storage Market

    At least since the end of April, when Tesla introduced its Powerwall, everyone seems to be talking about the market for stationary battery-storage systems. At any rate, it was the dominant topic at Intersolar. I asked Volker Wachenfeld, an SMA expert in storage technology, about his assessment of the market and SMA’s plans for battery-storage systems going forward. - See more at: ...


    By SMA Solar

  • Vibrational and quantum chemical investigations of 4.6–dimethyldibenzothiophene

    To study the characteristics of the thiophene sulphides in coals, the structures and properties of 4.6–DMDBT were investigated by using density functional theory (DFT) approach in the research, the following results can be illustrated, namely, the geometry parameters, vibration frequencies, total density of states and partial density of states, atomic charges, thermodynamics, Fukui functions, and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • A consolidated economic model based on a new concept of biased equilibrium

    The fundamental theorems of welfare economics are not designed to represent the real world. Instead, they tell us about certain conditions under which general equilibrium will be efficient. This paper introduces a new concept 'biased equilibrium' based on information economics and consolidates neoclassical economics and institutional economics together. In the real world economy, the probability ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Integrated framework for energy loss allocation in electric distribution systems under liberalised energy markets

    This paper discusses an integrated framework for cost allocation of energy losses of electric distribution systems under liberalised energy markets. As key contribution is developed an allocation strategy based upon Locational and Uniform Incremental Prices. The locational incremental prices send efficient economical signals to distributed generators with incentives for loss minimisation and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Towards a universal embedded-atom method: empirically adjusted and consistent set of atomic densities for all elements of the periodic table

    The Hartree-Fock-Slater model of atom has been modified by using individual values of the exchange parameter αex for each atom. Each value of αex was adjusted to reproduce the empirical value of the first ionisation energy of the atom considered. The expectation values of energies and radial functions for all elements of the periodic table have been evaluated on ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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