Distributed Energy Resources
Distributed energy resources (DERs) are electricity-producing resources or controllable loads that are located close to where electricity is used and directly connected to a local distribution system or connected to a host facility within the local distribution system. DERs provide an alternative to or an enhancement of the traditional electric power grid.
DERs can include:
- solar photovoltaic
- combined heat and power plants
- electricity storage
- small natural gas-fuelled generators
- wind, water power
- biomass and biogas
- landfill gas
These resources are typically smaller in scale than the traditional generation facilities that serve most of Ontario demand.
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