Greening the Grid
What is Grid Integration?
The Challenge: Large-Scale, Grid Connected Clean Energy
Power grids are complex networks that balance electricity supply and demand around the clock, every day of the year. Renewable energy, such as solar and wind, can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generation.
What We Do
Technical Assistance and Collaboration
Greening the Grid offers a toolkit of information, guidance materials, and technical assistance to support developing countries in significantly scaling up the amount of variable renewable energy connected to the electricity grid.
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Greening the Grid connects power system stakeholders in developing countries to experts from our grid integration expert network to provide no-cost, remote consultation and advice.
Mar 28, 2017 · News ItemNew Cross-Cutting Resource: Getting Wind and Solar onto the Grid
Feb 21, 2017 · News ItemNew Cross-Cutting Resource: Maintaining Reliability in the Modern Power System
Nov 17, 2016 · EventWebinar: Distributed Solar on the Grid: Key Opportunities and Challenges
Videos and Webinars
Integrating Variable Renewable Energy into the Grid: Key Issues and Emerging Solutions
This webinar reviews the challenges to integrating significant quantities of variable renewable energy to the grid as well as the emerging solutions that policymakers, regulators and grid operators have taken to integrate wind and solar and meet renewable energy targets. Webinar participants learn about the myths, misperceptions, costs and options for scaling up grid-connected renewable energy, as well as the Greening the Grid website and technical assistance opportunities.