Accelerating Transitions to Zero Carbon Power Systems

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As power systems evolve, becoming increasingly renewable, distributed, dynamic, and digital, managing them becomes ever more challenging and complex. System operators serve as the "air traffic controllers" for electricity grids, working to balance supply and demand, manage evolving electricity markets, and ensure the safety and reliability of electricity systems. To adapt to the rapidly changing energy landscape and support the transition to modern, zero carbon power systems, system operators must develop and adopt new technologies, approaches, and frameworks. The Global Power System Transformation (G-PST) Consortium is a network of system operators, research institutions, and industry partners working to accelerate and scale the technical solutions required to transform our world's power systems. By developing and sharing robust models and tools, research and demonstration results, knowledge, and innovation, the G-PST Consortium is empowering system operators to transition to 100% renewable energy while ensuring the reliability, safety, and cost-effectiveness of grid operations.
Original languageAmerican English
Number of pages4
StatePublished - 2023

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/BR-6A65-87642


  • G-PST Consortium
  • Global Power System Transformation Consortium
  • international
  • power system
  • power system transformation
  • public private partnership
  • system operation
  • system operators


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