November 3, 2010 - Debra Lew, leader of the Western Wind and Solar Integration Study at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, discusses how the electricity distribution infrastructure of the western United States can adapt to major shifts in energy generation toward wind and solar sources as well as the unique challenges that separate the West from the other energy distribution networks in the United States.
Electric Infrastructure Systems Research at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Stanford Energy Seminar
Stanford University Channel on YouTube
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