Micropower connect - connecting micropower to the grid: M154-7/2006E-PDF
a status and review of micropower interconnection issues and related codes, standards and guidelines in Canada.
"There is an accelerating world demand for environmentally friendly power, generated with photovoltaic arrays, wind turbines, fuel cells and microturbines. There is a huge potential market among homeowners and small business operators for these "green" micropower sources"--Executive Summary, p. 4.
|Department/Agency||Natural Resources Canada. Industry Canada.|
|Title||Micropower connect - connecting micropower to the grid|
|Subtitle||a status and review of micropower interconnection issues and related codes, standards and guidelines in Canada.|
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|Number of Pages||47 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Alternative energy, Energy efficiency, Energy technology|
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