Review of Microgrid Development in the United States and China and Lessons Learned for China. Yu, J., Marnay, C., Jin, M., Yao, C., Liu, X., & Feng, W. In Applied Energy Symposium and Forum, Renewable Energy Integration with Mini/Microgrids (REM), volume 145, pages 217 - 222, 2018.
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The U.S. has emerged as the microgrid development leader with around 40% of worldwide capacity. Over the last decade, demonstrations have been executed by a mix of civilian federal, military, private, and local government entities. While their motivations are mixed, resilience became the focus following Superstorm Sandy in 2012, especially in the highly active northeast states. This paper describes U.S. microgrid demonstrations. Then it shows China’s effort to develop microgrids and compares the difference between U.S. and Chinese projects. Finally, based on U.S. experience, recommendations are provided for Chinese microgrids.
@inproceedings{2018_0C_review,
title = "Review of Microgrid Development in the United States and China and Lessons Learned for China",
booktitle = "Applied Energy Symposium and Forum, Renewable Energy Integration with Mini/Microgrids (REM)",
volume = "145",
pages = "217 - 222",
year = "2018",
issn = "1876-6102",
doi = "https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2018.04.038",
url_link = "http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1876610218300444",
url_pdf ="REM2017.pdf",
author = "Jiancheng Yu and Chris Marnay and Ming Jin and Cheng Yao and Xu Liu and Wei Feng",
keywords = "Energy system, Power system",
abstract = "The U.S. has emerged as the microgrid development leader with around 40% of worldwide capacity. Over the last decade, demonstrations have been executed by a mix of civilian federal, military, private, and local government entities. While their motivations are mixed, resilience became the focus following Superstorm Sandy in 2012, especially in the highly active northeast states. This paper describes U.S. microgrid demonstrations. Then it shows China’s effort to develop microgrids and compares the difference between U.S. and Chinese projects. Finally, based on U.S. experience, recommendations are provided for Chinese microgrids."
}
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