Consumer-Centric Electricity System Planning
The State of the Art in Consumer Behavior and Load Impact Forecasting
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Agent Based Simulation 101
Truly Integrated, Consumer-Centric System Planning
The figure illustrates conceptually the difference between an IRP and a true ISP in terms of how different elements of the electricity interact dynamically. For an IRP, you can see the generation and transmission elements interacting. A true ISP integrates each of the systems, modeling their interactions, and feedback loops.
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