dispatchable

dis·patch·able

(dĭ-spăch′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to that which can be dispatched.
2. Of or relating to a source of electric energy production whose output can be switched off or on or otherwise moderated according to demand.

dis·patch′a·bil′i·ty n.
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West Corporation (WSTC) announced positive and encouraging results of a wireless 9-1-1 location trial using its Wireless Dispatchable Location Services and Google's (GOOG, GOOGL) Android Emergency Location Services technologies.
The growing penetration of converter-interfaced (thus inertia-less) distributed renewable energy sources (dres) will eventually replace dispatchable sgs and increase power volatility, Causing large frequency deviations and voltage regulation problems.
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South Australia is now leading the world in dispatchable renewable energy," state Premier Jay Weatherill said at the official launch at the Hornsdale wind farm, owned by private French firm Neoen.
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Brian Strutton, the GMB's national officer for energy, said: "If peak demand were to coincide with a time the wind is not blowing, the UK will have just 63GW of reliable, easily dispatchable power.
The resolution said the maximum projected shortfall in the summer months next year was at 1,004 megawatts (MW), 600 MW of which are needed as required dispatchable reserve, and 404 MW for required contingency reserves.