Category Archives: Variable Generation
Dr. Sioshansi’s latest book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand, has a lengthy review in the latest edition of Energy Net Zero magazine. The editor, Neil Mearns, opinines that the book is expecially timely given recent incidents of grid failure in California … Continue reading
The Energy Central website has a new review of Dr. Sioshansi’s latest book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand. They say: The book explores practical ways that demand flexibility can play a constructive role as more systems move towards higher levels of … Continue reading
The first review of Dr. Sioshansi’s latest book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand, has appeared on the CA Current website. Here is a quote from it: It highlights the need for grid operators to predict the amount of fluctuating wind and … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce that Dr. Sioshansi’s new book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand, will be available early. It is now on pre-order. Here is what you can look forward to. Traditionally the grid operators predicted demand and dispatched generation … Continue reading
Elsevier have released an updated cover design for Dr. Sioshansi’s forthcoming book, Variable Generation, Flexible Demand. We hope you like it.
Dr. Sioshansi’s latest book will be available early in 2021. Check back for updates on the content.
A video recording of Dr. Sioshansi’s webinar for the Club Español de la Energia is now available to view (see below). Although the content is largely similar to the Australian webinar, the audience questions are different.
Dr. Sioshansi will be giving a webinar for the Club Español de la Energia tomorrow. Details are here. Places are limited, but the content will be similar to that of the Australian webinar which is available to view here.
Earlier this month Dr. Sioshansi gave an online webinar for the Australian National University (ANU). The subject of the webinar was “Variable Generation, Flexible Demand: The California experience”. A detailed description is available on the ANU website. The ANU has … Continue reading