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Evaluation of the Impact of Including Start Costs in SEM 2020 Wind-Integration Scenarios

Published 25 April 2016 | By Energy Exemplar

Base load thermal unit start costs include energy (fuel and CO2) and non-energy (wear and tear, extra O&M) components. Most wind integration studies have ignored non-energy components. This research examines the effect of including non-energy start costs on scheduling.

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Evaluation of the Impact of Including Start Costs in SEM 2020 Wind-Integration Scenarios