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Grid control steadies renewables in storms

The intermittent nature of solar and wind power can be offset by energy storage, and grid control software can execute the rapid-fire commands required to balance power generation and storage efficiently. The island of Guam and Jeju Island in South Korea are two storm-prone locations with case studies of grids powered by utility-scale renewables combined with battery storage, that are stabilized by software-based controls.

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