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    • A review of the value of aggregators in electricity systems 

      Burger, Scott; Chaves Ávila, José Pablo; Batlle López, Carlos; Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio (01/09/2017)
      Distributed energy resources («DERs») are being adopted throughout the world. Aggregators are lauded by some as critical in enabling DERs to provide these valuable electricity services at scale; in this light, regulatory ...
    • Electricity services in a more distributed energy system 

      Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio; Burger, Scott; Gómez San Román, Tomás
      The integration of significant volumes of intermittent renewable generation and distributed energy resources in electric power systems is forcing a debate on what electricity services are needed in a power system, how to ...
    • Fair, equitable, and efficient tariffs in the presence of distributed energy resources 

      Burger, Scott; Schneider, Ian; Botterud, Audun; Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio (Academic Press (Cambridge, Estados Unidos de América), 01/03/2019)
    • Restructuring revisited part 1: competition in electricity distribution systems 

      Burger, Scott; Jenkins, Jesse D.; Batlle López, Carlos; Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio (01/05/2019)
      This paper addresses the implications of the emergence of distributed energy resources (DERs) for competition in the electricity distribution systems. The regulations on industry structures in place today were designed in ...
    • Restructuring revisited: competition and coordination in electricity distribution systems 

      Burger, Scott; Jenkins, Jesse D.; Batlle López, Carlos; Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio
      This paper addresses the implications of the emergence of distributed energy resources (DERs) for industry structure in the electric power sector. Regulations on industry structures dictate which actors can perform which ...
    • The efficiency and distributional effects of alternative residential electricity rate designs 

      Burger, Scott; Knittel, Christopher; Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio; Schneider, Ian; Scheidt, Frederik vom
      Electricity tariffs typically charge residential users a volumetric rate that covers the bulk of energy, transmission, and distribution costs. The resulting prices, charged per unit of electricity consumed, do not reflect ...
    • The regulatory debate about energy storage systems: state of the art and open issues 

      Usera Rodés, Inés; Rodilla Rodríguez, Pablo; Burger, Scott; Herrero Gallego, Ignacio; Batlle López, Carlos (01/09/2017)
      Energy storage has long been lauded as the holy grail of energy technologies. Low-cost energy storage, proponents say, will usher in a new era in power systems, enabling large penetrations of variable renewable energy ...
    • The value of aggregators in electricity systems 

      Burger, Scott; Chaves Ávila, José Pablo; Batlle López, Carlos; Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio
      Distributed energy resources ("DERs") are being adopted throughout the world. These technologies have the potential to not only deliver the valuable electricity services that have traditionally been provided by centralized ...
    • Una visión crítica sobre cómo aportan valor los recursos de energía distribuida 

      Dueñas Martínez, Pablo; Burger, Scott; Jenkins, Jesse D.; Huntington, Samuel; Chaves Ávila, José Pablo (18/05/2018)
      Pablo Dueñas, Scott Burger, Jesse Jenkins y Samuel Huntington, todos ellos investigadores del Massachusetts Institute of Technology, junto con José Pablo Chaves Ávila, Investigador en el Instituto de Investigación Tecnológica ...
    • Why distributed? A critical review of the tradeoffs between centralized and decentralized resources 

      Burger, Scott; Jenkins, Jesse D.; Huntington, Samuel; Pérez Arriaga, José Ignacio (01/03/2019)
      The recent proliferation of distributed energy resources (DERs) is creating new options for the delivery of key electricity services, including energy, firm capacity, operating reserves, and even alternatives to transmission ...