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One of the most important challenges in the integration of renewable energy sources into the power grid lies in their 'intermittent' nature. The power output of sources like wind and solar varies with time and location due to factors that cannot be controlled by the provider. Two strategies have been proposed to hedge against this variability: 1) use energy storage systems to effectively average the produced power over time; 2) exploit distributed generation to effectively average productiondoi:10.1109/allerton.2011.6120319 dblp:conf/allerton/KanoriaMTZ11 fatcat:wpbf4fc6lrhg5n54dssd2cquym