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Virtual power plants for isolated and jointly operating electric power supply systems — Perspectives and challenges for Russia

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3 Author(s)
Efimov, D.N. ; Energy Syst. Inst., Russian Acad. of Sci. (Siberian Branch), Irkutsk, Russia ; Suslov, K.V. ; Voropai, N.I.

Features and structure of Russian electric power supply systems and distribution networks are described. Since a significant share of Russia's regional territories is not covered by centralized electricity supply, the virtual power plant concept is considered for two cases: when power supply systems operating autonomously and when they are connected to the main grid. For the latter case the tasks (functions) of virtual power plant are considered.

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Power and Energy Society General Meeting, 2011 IEEE

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24-29 July 2011