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Over the last decade, more intermittent renewable power has been introduced to the power grid, causing instabilities in the power grid and fluctuations in the price of electricity. Nuclear-renewable hybrid energy systems (NHES) have been proposed as a potential solution. These systems can take advantage of flexible loads and energy storage to more flexibly meet the demands of highly-dynamic power grids. Economical operation of these systems requires careful optimization. In this project, adoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12133512.v1 fatcat:e4wioqbthnbphfawoa7h3livyy