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Cost and Emissions Implications of Coupling Wind and Solar Power
Smart Grid and Renewable Energy
We assess the implications on long-run average energy production costs and emissions of CO 2 and some criteria pollutants from coupling wind, solar and natural gas generation sources. We utilize five-minute meteorological data from a US location that has been estimated to have both high-quality wind and solar resources, to simulate production of a coupled generation system that produces a constant amount of electric energy. The natural gas turbine is utilized to provide fill-in energy for thedoi:10.4236/sgre.2012.34041 fatcat:v7wwmb5denepvpws27vxddawfy