Integration of Renewables in Power Systems by Multi-Energy System Interaction
Bak-Jensen, Birgitte (editor)
Pillai, Jayakrishnan Radhakrishna (editor)
This book focuses on the interaction between different energy vectors, that is, between electrical, thermal, gas, and transportation systems, with the purpose of optimizing the planning and operation of future energy systems. More and more renewable energy is integrated into the electrical system, and to optimize its usage and ensure that its full production can be hosted and utilized, the power system has to be controlled in a more flexible manner. In order not to overload the electrical distribution grids, the new large loads have to be controlled using demand response, perchance through a hierarchical control set-up where some controls are dependent on price signals from the spot and balancing markets. In addition, by performing local real-time control and coordination based on local voltage or system frequency measurements, the grid hosting limits are not violated.
Keywordshybrid electricity-natural gas energy systems; power to gas (P2G); low-carbon; economic environmental dispatch; trust region method; Levenberg-Marquardt method; integrated energy park; park partition; double-layer optimal scheduling; non-cooperative game; Nash equilibrium; energy flexibility; power-to-heat; multi energy system; flexible demand; thermal storage; electric boiler; estimation of thermal demand; integrated energy system; integrated demand response; medium- and long-term; system dynamics; user decision; photovoltaic generation; ultralow-frequency oscillation; small-signal model; eigenvalue analysis; damping torque; triple active bridge; integrated energy systems; DC grid; isolated bidirectional DC-DC converter; multiport converter; combined heat and power system; wind power uncertainty; scenario method; temporal dependence; optimization scheduling; hydrogen; multi-energy systems; power system economics; renewable energy generation; whole system modelling; local energy management systems; multi-objective optimization; rolling time-horizon; emission abatement strategies; distributed energy systems; enhance total transfer capability; day-ahead thermal generation scheduling; reduce curtailed wind power; CO2 emissions; commercial buildings; flexibility quantification; flexibility optimization; HVAC systems; network operation; residential buildings; dissemination; renewable energy policy; renewable energy subsidies; solar PV; TSTTC of transmission lines; sensitivity between TSTTC and reactive power; reactive power control method; urban integrated heat and power system; random fluctuations of renewable energy; flexibility scheduling; temperature dynamics of the urban heat network; heat pumps; power grid; gas distribution; grid expansion planning; load-profiles; energy system analysis; modeling; multi-energy system; smart energy system; self-sufficiency; dynamic market
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
History of engineering & technology