“Dispatchable” As a Product Characteristic, and How to Deal With It in Markets

Lynne Kiesling Derek’s comment about wind power on my previous post mentions that wind power is not “dispatchable”. This characteristic refers to the extent to which the resource is available to the system operator, who is responsible for the real-time physical balancing of the network, when striving to achieve that balance. Dispatchability has been a … More “Dispatchable” As a Product Characteristic, and How to Deal With It in MarketsMore “Dispatchable” As a Product Characteristic, and How to Deal With It in Markets