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Intermittent electric generator or intermittent resource The term 'Intermittent electric generator or intermittent resource' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' An electric generating plant with output controlled by the natural variability of the energy resource rather than dispatched based on system requirements. Intermittent output usually results from the direct, non-stored conversion of naturally occurring energy fluxes such as solar energy, wind energy, or the energy offree-flowing rivers (that is, run-of-river hydroelectricity)'.
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