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Oxygen-fired CO2 recycle for application to direct CO2 capture from coal-fired

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2010

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Ciferno, J., Fout, T., and Gale, T., 2010, Oxygen-fired CO2 recycle for application to direct CO2 capture from coal-fired: National Energy Technology Laboratory, 2 p.

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This paper provides an assessment of wind power effects on technical and economic performance of today's electric power systems. While a small penetration of wind power is unlikely to cause any qualitative changes, significant deployment of wind-generated power will require a major rethinking of generation dispatch and automatic generation control, in particular. We summarize technical risks, as well as the economic implications on total cost of providing power to customers. The discussion is presented for both traditional fully regulated utilities and for the portions of the electric power interconnection which are undergoing restructuring. The paper suggests that the ultimate benefit of wind power to the customers will depend to [...]

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