Table of contents for Renewable electricity and the grid : the challenge of variability / Edited by Godfrey Boyle.

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CONTENTS 1.2	March 17th 2007
Preface	: ¿Title to come¿¿					
 Godfrey Boyle
Chapter 1. Variable Renewables and the Grid - an Overview
 		Michael Laughton 
Chapter 2. Wind Power on the Grid			David Milborrow
Chapter 3. Renewable Resource Characteristics and Network Integration
 Graham Sinden
Chapter 4 The UKERC Review of the Costs and Impacts of Intermittency
 Robert Gross et al
Chapter 5. Wind Power Forecasting
Bernhard Lange, Kurt Rohrig, Florian Schl÷gl, Ümit Cali, Rene Jursa
Chapter 6. Flexibility of Fossil Fuel Plant in a Renewable Energy Scenario: Possible Implications for the UK
Fred Starr
Chapter 7. The Potential Contribution of Emergency Diesel Standby Generators to Dealing with the Variability of Renewable Energy Sources 
 David Andrews
Chapter 8. Demand Flexibility, Micro-CHP and the ¿Informated¿ Grid
 Bob Everett
Chapter 9. A Renewable Electricity System for the UK
 Mark Barrett
Chapter 10. Reliable Power, Wind Variability and Offshore Grids in Europe
 Brian Hurley and Paul Hughes
Chapter 11. Planning for Variability in the Longer Term ¿ the Challenge of a Truly Sustainable Energy System
					David Infield and Simon Lawson
* Contributors: Brief Details & affiliations

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Renewable energy sources.
Electric power production.