His primary scientific interests are in Wind power, Electric power system, Environmental economics, Reliability engineering and Electrical engineering. His Wind power research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electricity, Meteorology, Electricity generation, Base load power plant and Simulation. He combines subjects such as Power engineering, Power transmission, Electric utility and Operations research with his study of Electricity.
His research integrates issues of Solar power, Operations management and Market economy in his study of Electric power system. His Environmental economics study combines topics in areas such as Variable renewable energy and Renewable energy. His Electrical engineering research incorporates themes from Automotive engineering, Penetration, Coping and Interconnection.
Michael Milligan focuses on Wind power, Electric power system, Environmental economics, Renewable energy and Electricity. Wind power is a subfield of Electrical engineering that he studies. His Electric power system research includes elements of Electricity generation, Solar power and Solar energy.
His Environmental economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental resource management, Microeconomics, Demand response and Operations management. His Renewable energy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Renewable generation and Feed-in tariff. His research investigates the link between Electricity and topics such as Industrial organization that cross with problems in Market economy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Wind power, Electric power system, Renewable energy, Environmental economics and Electricity. His studies deal with areas such as Resource, Reliability engineering, Meteorology and Solar energy as well as Wind power. His Variable renewable energy and Renewable generation study in the realm of Electric power system interacts with subjects such as Variable and Flexibility.
He has researched Renewable energy in several fields, including Solar power and Environmental planning. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Operations management, Electricity market, Microeconomics, Investment and Demand response. His work carried out in the field of Electricity brings together such families of science as Electricity generation, Renewable resource, Industrial organization and Market price.
Michael Milligan spends much of his time researching Electric power system, Wind power, Environmental economics, Electricity market and Renewable energy. His work in the fields of Renewable generation and Variable renewable energy overlaps with other areas such as Flexibility and Market behavior. His work on Wind power generation as part of general Wind power research is often related to Scale, thus linking different fields of science.
His Environmental economics research includes themes of Microeconomics and Electricity, Energy market. His research in Renewable energy intersects with topics in Reliability engineering, Hydropower and Production cost. His Electricity retailing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Grid parity, Energy development, Futures contract and Stand-alone power system.
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Role of Energy Storage with Renewable Electricity Generation
P. Denholm;E. Ela;B. Kirby;M. Milligan.
Utility Wind Integration and Operating Impact State of the Art
J.C. Smith;M.R. Milligan;E.A. DeMeo;B. Parsons.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2007)
Capacity Value of Wind Power
A Keane;M Milligan;C J Dent;B Hasche.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2011)
Operating Reserves and Variable Generation
E. Ela;M. Milligan;B. Kirby.
Related Information: A comprehensive review of current strategies, studies, and fundamental research on the impact that increased penetration of variable renewable generation has on power system operating reserves (2011)
Methodologies to Determine Operating Reserves Due to Increased Wind Power
H. Holttinen;M. Milligan;E. Ela;N. Menemenlis.
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy (2012)
Wind power forecasting error distributions over multiple timescales
Bri-Mathias Hodge;Michael Milligan.
power and energy society general meeting (2011)
Wind plant integration [wind power plants]
E.A. DeMeo;W. Grant;M.R. Milligan;M.J. Schuerger.
IEEE Power & Energy Magazine (2005)
Flexibility in 21st Century Power Systems
J. Cochran;M. Miller;O. Zinaman;M. Milligan.
Design and operation of power systems with large amounts of wind power : Final report, IEA WIND Task 25, Phase one 2006-2008
Hannele Holttinen;Peter Meibom;Antje Orths;Frans van Hulle.
Grid impacts of wind power: a summary of recent studies in the United States
Brian Parsons;Michael Milligan;Bob Zavadil;Daniel Brooks.
Wind Energy (2004)
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