Bibliography on the Reliability of Renewable Energy- prepared by Nathalie Hansen

Nathalie Hansen, an intern in Senator Brownsberger’s office, prepared the bibliography below.

 

Sources on the Reliability of Renewable Energy:

General:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Cochran, Jaquelin, et al. “Integrating Variable Renewable Energy in Electric

    Power Markets: Best Practices from International Experience, Summary for

    Policymakers.” National Renewable Energy Lab, Apr. 2012, https://www.nrel.gov/docs/

    fy12osti/53730.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

“Integrating Reliable Renewable Energy into the U.S. Electrical Grid.”

    climatenexus, 31 May 2017, climatenexus.org/climate-issues/energy/

    integrating-reliable-renewable-energy-u-s-electrical-grid/. Accessed 25

    July 2018.

 

The Institute of Political Economy. “Reliability of Renewable Energy.”

    Strata, Nov. 2015, www.strata.org/reliability-of-renewable-energy/

    #1482197034869-b2ad666c-d705. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Trabish, Herman K. “Is Renewable Energy Threatening Power Reliability?”

    utilitydive, 1 June 2017, www.utilitydive.com/news/

    is-renewable-energy-threatening-power-reliability/443701/. Accessed 25 July

 

Biomass:

Lofthouse, Jordan, et al. “Reliability of Renewable Energy: Biomass.”

    Institute of Political Economy, Utah State University, www.usu.edu/ipe/

    wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Reliability-Biomass-Full-Report.pdf. Accessed 25

    July 2018.

 

Reliability of Renewable Energy: Biomass.” Strata, www.strata.org/wp-content/

    uploads/2015/11/Reliability-Biomass-OnePager.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Geothermal energy:

Lofthouse, Jordan, et al. “Reliability of Renewable Energy: Geothermal.”

    Institute of Political Economy, Utah State University, www.usu.edu/ipe/

    wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Reliability-Geothermal-Full-Report.pdf. Accessed 25

    July 2018.

 

“Reliability of Renewable Energy: Geothermal.” Strata, www.strata.org/wp-content/

    uploads/2015/11/Reliability-Geothermal-OnePager.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Hydroelectric energy:

“Hydropower is Reliable.” National Hydropower Association, www.hydro.org/

    waterpower/why-hydro/reliable/. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Lacey, Stephen, editor. “Hydropower: Proven Reliability.” Renewable Energy

    World, 17 Aug. 2009, www.renewableenergyworld.com/ugc/articles/2009/08/

    hydropower-proven-reliability.html. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Lofthouse, Jordan, et al. “Reliability of Renewable Energy: Hydro.”

    Institute of Political Economy, Utah State University, www.usu.edu/ipe/

    wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Reliability-Hydro-Full-Report.pdf. Accessed 25

    July 2018.

 

“Reliability of Renewable Energy: Hydro.” Strata, www.strata.org/wp-content/

    uploads/2015/11/Reliability-Hydro-OnePager.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Natural Gas:

Page, Carly. “How Reliable Is Natural Gas? An Historical Overview of Natural Gas

    Transmission’s Outage Track Record.” USAEE, www.usaee.org/usaee2017/

    submissions/OnlineProceedings/

    Natural%20Gas%20Reliability%20paper%20CJP%20Final.pdf. Accessed 25 July

 

Parenthos, Elizabeth, et al. “Highly Reliable Organizations in the Onshore

    Natural Gas Sector: An Assessment of Current Practices, Regulatory

    Frameworks, and Select Case Studies.” Joint Institute for Strategic Energy

    Analysis, www.nrel.gov/docs/fy17osti/67941.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

“Natural Gas Systems: Reliable and Resilient.” Natural Gas Council, July 2017,

    www.ngsa.org/download/analysis_studies/

    NGC-Reliable-Resilient-Nat-Gas-WHITE-PAPER-Final.pdf. Accessed 25 July

 

Nuclear Energy:

Kuo, Way, editor. “Reliability and Nuclear Power.” IEEE Xplore, June 2011,

    ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=5779952. Accessed 25 July

 

Mueller, Mike. “Nuclear Power is the Most Reliable Energy Source and It’s Not

    Even Close.” Energy.gov, 27 Feb. 2018, www.energy.gov/ne/articles/

    nuclear-power-most-reliable-energy-source-and-its-not-even-close. Accessed

    25 July 2018.  

 

“Reliability of Nuclear Power Plants.” IAEA, www.iaea.org/sites/default/files/

    publications/magazines/bulletin/bull17-4/17404704648.pdf. Accessed 25 July

 

Solar Energy:

Lofthouse, Jordan, et al. “Reliability of Renewable Energy: Solar.” Institute of

    Political Economy, Utah State University, www.usu.edu/ipe/wp-content/

    uploads/2015/11/Reliability-Solar-Full-Report.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018

 

“Reliability of Renewable Energy: Solar.” Strata, strata.org/pdf/2015/

    solar_summary.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

“Researchers at NREL Find Fewer Failures of PV Panels and Different Degradation

    Modes in Systems Installed after 2000.” National Renewable Energy

    Laboratory, 10 Apr. 2017, www.nrel.gov/news/program/2017/

    failures-pv-panels-degradation.html. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Wind Energy:

Del Granado, Pedro Crespo, et al. “The Impact of Wind Uncertainty on the

    Strategic Valuation of Distributed Electricity Storage.”

    eprints.lanks.ac.uk, Feb. 2014, eprints.lancs.ac.uk/78857/1/

    paper3_wind_uncertainty_and_storage.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Jones, Lawrence E. “Strategies and Decision Support Systems for Integrating

    Variable Energy Resources in Control Centers for Reliable Grid Operations.”

    The Utility Wind Integration Group, www.uwig.org/

    doe_wind_integration_report.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Keller, J., et al. “Wind Turbine Drivetrain Reliability Collaborative Workshop.”

    National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Feb. 2016, www.nrel.gov/docs/

    fy16osti/66593.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Lofthouse, Jordan, et al.”Reliability of Renewable Energy: Wind.” Institute of Political Economy,

    Utah State University, www.usu.edu/ipe/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/

    Reliability-Wind-Full-Report.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

“Reliability of Renewable Energy: Wind.” Strata, strata.org/pdf/2015/reliability/

    wind-summary.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

Sheng, Shuangwen. “Report on Wind Turbine Subsystem Reliability: A Survey of

    Various Databases.” National Renewable Energy Laboratory, June 2013,

    www.nrel.gov/docs/fy13osti/59111.pdf. Accessed 25 July 2018.

 

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Anne works as Committee Counsel and Policy Advisor to Senator Brownsberger.

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