Closing the gap in understanding between stakeholders and electrical energy specialists
Recent years have seen a rapid increase in the number of renewable generators in the form of roof top solar, large scale solar farms, small and large wind farms along with associated new transmission projects. A wide range of customer side technologies are also now available to help customers manage their energy use. Recognising the range of new participants this has created, Working Group C1.41 has produced a Technical Brochure aimed at reducing the gap in understanding between energy personnel and their stakeholders. It draws on a selection of twenty case studies and provides a range of tools and examples to help with this task. One key aim is to facilitate the permitting process for new work in a transparent and constructive way as this is a growing hurdle for grid development.
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Study Committee: C1 ?
WG (TF): WG C1.41
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