The transition to renewable energy requires organizations and governments to formulate and enact new energy policies. This emerging energy era is characterized by higher levels of supply and demand intermittency, which requires information systems to manage the electricity grid. We propose key policy elements for managing intermittency based on information systems to implement digital mirror actions for managing the production, consumption, and transfer of electricity and market mechanisms for maintaining grid equilibrium. This article discusses these and their energy policy implications.
Watson, Richard T.; Ketter, Wolfgang; Recker, Jan; and Seidel, Stefan
"Sustainable Energy Transition: Intermittency Policy Based on Digital Mirror Actions,"
Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 23(3), 631-638.
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