THE SMART GRID DICTIONARY PLUS aids your students in building their foundation of Smart Grid knowledge. This learning dictionary includes terminology pertaining to electric utilities and regulatory agencies, energy efficiency and building automation applications, energy storage, smart meters, and telecommunications and standards organizations. Technical concepts are covered in over 1200 Smart Grid definitions. This handy reference can be augmented with the interactive learning material that is available in the accompanying online and interactive CourseMate. This includes instructor and student presentation slides with a high level overview of the Smart Grid ecosystem, flash cards to aid in knowledge retention, and quizzes to test comprehension of material. Instructor notes offer additional information for lectures, while the study materials aid students in absorbing and retaining the material. CourseMate contains further research opportunities with agenciesa website addresses, making this text the best tool for anyone who wants to learn more about the future of electricity and our electrical grids. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Verizon Wireless and Sprint deploy EV-DO in their networks. ... Ex Ante A regulatory term that describes energy efficiency program savings as one of three levels. Ex ante means savings estimated or projected by the program design. The other two measures are gross savings and net savings. Exceptional dispatch A CAISO term for a manual override of software models to dispatch a generating unit inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Smart Grid Dictionary Plus|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2011-01-06|