The Future of Electricity Supply and Demand: Smart Devices Responding to The Grid’s Health

Currently, hydroelectric dams such as this one in Cruachan, West Highlands, are used to provide a quick response to grid demand fluctuations which cannot be met by the base load power plants. In the future, dynamic demand devices could be used in combination with dams and other forms of stored energy from renewable sources to cover shortfalls in production.
Image credit: J M Briscoe, via Wikimedia Commons ( License)
Sean Leavey

Sean Leavey

Sean Leavey is a PhD student in the Institute for Gravitational Research, part of the University of Glasgow.

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