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8 Author(s)
Dave Corbus ; National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado 80401 USA ; Mike Kuss ; Dick Piwko ; Gene Hinkle
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Energy systems integration in the Hawaiian island of Maui is unique because of the island's high renewable energy (RE) penetration, advanced adoption of plug-in vehicles, distributed power generation, and isolated island electrical system. Currently, a large amount of wind power produced on Maui is curtailed because the power cannot be accommodated by the existing power grid. Analysis of changes in electrical grid operations to reduce wind and anticipated solar curtailment and look at energy pathways across the electrical and transportation sectors has resulted in a more comprehensive understanding of energy use on the island.

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IEEE Power and Energy Magazine  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 5 )