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Unlike other industrial processes, power generation is directly linked to the consumers of its product, since electric power can-not be economically stored in the quantities needed to continuously balance supply and demand on the grid. Thus, most power plants must follow the load demand and operate under conditions which are different from their design conditions for most of the time. The growing share of renewable energy in the generation mix that stems from intermittent and highly fluctuating sources has dramatically aggravated this situation.
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