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Moving Ahead: UniGen Resources Signs MOU with Marin Clean Energy for a Pilot Project

Fresh off completing its research grant with the California Energy Commission, UniGen Resources has entered into a partnership with Marin Clean Energy (MCE) to undertake a pilot project.  This project represents the first step toward commercialization of the UniGen Smart System for Renewable Integration (UniGen) because it involves an actual solar generation resource owned by MCE. 

Applications and Demonstration of the UniGen Smart System for Renewable Integration

Full presentation deck from the June 5, 2018 demonstration of the UniGen Smart System for Renewable Integration at California State University, Sacramento.

The Executive Summary of our draft final project report commissioned by the California Energy Commission explores the technical and economic feasibility of implementing UniGen Resources solutions for specific applications. This report makes a strong case that renewable energy resources can make the transition from the Real Time Market to the more financially attractive Day Ahead Market by using the UniGen Smart System for Renewable Integration. The report also demonstrates how CAISO, which is encouraging this transition with its Day Ahead Market Enhancements, benefits from UniGen generation systems, which can play a significant role in stabilizing grid frequency and mitigating the effects of the Duck Curve.

This presentation is part of a two-part series examining the significant events and trends in the electric industry community over the last five decades that have resulted in growing complexity for our electric institutions and their infrastructure. This first part provides a historical context for the complex issues behind the need for new electric grid technologies, and the real reasons why the grid must become smarter going forward.

This presentation is part of a two-part series examining the significant events and trends in the electric industry community over the last five decades that have resulted in growing complexity for our electric institutions and their infrastructure. This second part explores specific electric grid problems and potential solutions for the 21st century, particularly renewable integration.

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