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Title: Models and results of transactive energy-based control to stabilize oscillations in integrated wholesale-retail energy markets

The resources under this data set represent models and results of work done under Control of Complex Systems Initiative (CCSI) to demonstrate the transactive energy-based control capabilities to stabilize and reduce oscillations that might occur when other control mechanisms are used.
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  1. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
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Research Org(s):
Data Repository for Power system Open models With Evolving Resources (DR POWER); Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
Sponsoring Org:
Lab-directed Research and Development
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OSTI Identifier:
1460808

Hansen, Jacob, Marinovici, Laurentiu Dan, and Hardy, Trevor. Models and results of transactive energy-based control to stabilize oscillations in integrated wholesale-retail energy markets. United States: N. p., Web. doi:10.17041/drp/1460808.
Hansen, Jacob, Marinovici, Laurentiu Dan, & Hardy, Trevor. Models and results of transactive energy-based control to stabilize oscillations in integrated wholesale-retail energy markets. United States. doi:10.17041/drp/1460808.
Hansen, Jacob, Marinovici, Laurentiu Dan, and Hardy, Trevor. 2018. "Models and results of transactive energy-based control to stabilize oscillations in integrated wholesale-retail energy markets". United States. doi:10.17041/drp/1460808. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1460808.
@misc{osti_1460808,
title = {Models and results of transactive energy-based control to stabilize oscillations in integrated wholesale-retail energy markets},
author = {Hansen, Jacob and Marinovici, Laurentiu Dan and Hardy, Trevor},
abstractNote = {The resources under this data set represent models and results of work done under Control of Complex Systems Initiative (CCSI) to demonstrate the transactive energy-based control capabilities to stabilize and reduce oscillations that might occur when other control mechanisms are used.},
doi = {10.17041/drp/1460808},
year = {2018},
month = {6} }
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