Wind and solar will slash MISO emissions but increase grid complexity, report says

By Renewable Energy World Wind and solar generation in the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) region are projected to serve 60% of annual load by 2041, reducing emissions by nearly 80% compared to 2005 levels but also increasing “sharply” the complexity of reliably operating and planning the grid.

MISO’s system could approach 30% of annual energy from wind and solar generation within five years, and renewable penetration levels may increase on the order of 10% every five years after that. Such a level of renewable penetration could be significant in terms of planning and operating the grid.

Those were among the key findings of the

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