Distributed Generation-Integrated Value

Distributed generation (DG) is the name given for generating power at the point of consumption. With DG, electricity is produced at many small, dispersed generating sites, rather than at large, centralized, traditional power plants. Some of the most recognizable distributed resources include solar, wind, and small gas turbines.

 

TVA: Bill Johnson.

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