Firm Frequency Response involves generation or removal of sufficient electrical load from the grid to stabilize frequency The grid rewards the participants because it has an obligation to ensure that sufficient generation andor demand is held in automatic readiness to manage all credible circumstances that might result in frequency variations

Firm Frequency Response involves generation or removal of sufficient electrical load from the grid to stabilize frequency. The grid rewards the participants because it has an obligation to ensure that sufficient generation and/or demand is held in automatic readiness to manage all credible circumstances that might result in frequency variations.

Switched On to a New Revenue Stream

An induction-melting “foundry” adopts 'power balancing,' and the revenue flows in Promoting “intelligent energy usage” Managing hardware, software installation, monitoring and reaction Paid to participate

United Cast Bar Limited calls itself a foundry, but by most standards its operations also qualify it as a steelmaker: it produces continuous-cast iron bars for distribution through its own network of warehouses in Europe, the Mideast, and Southeast Asia. It was formed in February 1998 by the merger of three similar “foundries,” two in England and one in Spain, and its Chesterfield, England, plan is now producing 45,000 metric tons/year of continuous cast iron bar products. What it share

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