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Joint RES and Distribution Network Expansion Planning Under a Demand Response Framework explains the implementation of the algorithms needed for joint expansion planning of distributed generation and distribution network models, discussing how to expand the generation and distribution network by adding renewable generation, demand response, storage units, and new assets (lines and substations) so that the current and future energy supply in islands is served at a minimum cost, and with quality requirements.
This book discusses the outcomes of the models discussed, including factors such as the location and size of new generation assets to be installed. It also introduces other issues relevant to the planning of insular distribution systems, including DR and hybrid storage. DR and ESS will play a much more significant role in future expansion planning models, where the present study stresses their relevance, including additional considerations to the planning model.
- Investigates the costs and benefits of deploying energy storage systems (ESS) and DR
- Explores distribution and generation expansion planning
- Analyzes and addresses power flow constraints and the impact of real time pricing mechanisms
- Details the RES integration challenge at length
Power system engineers, energy engineers, electrical engineers, energy policy professionals and electrical engineering academics
- Chapter 1. Introduction
- 1.1 Historical Background and Motivation
- 1.2 Outline
- Chapter 2. Renewable Power Generation Models
- 2.1 Photovoltaic Energy
- 2.2 Wind Energy
- Chapter 3. Uncertainty Modeling
- 3.1 Introduction
- 3.2 Method Based on Load, Wind, and Irradiation Curves
- Chapter 4. Demand Response Modeling
- 4.1 Demand Response Modeling
- 4.2 Formulation
- 4.3 Methodologies to Include Short-Term DR Into Expansion Planning
- Chapter 5. Energy Storage Systems Modeling
- 5.1 Benefits Derived From the Use of ESS
- 5.2 ESS Technologies
- 5.3 Storage Unit Model
- Chapter 6. Optimization Problem Formulation
- 6.1 Objective Function
- 6.2 Constraints
- 6.3 Linearizations
- Chapter 7. Case Study
- 7.1 La Graciosa Case Study
- 7.2 Results Without DR and Hybrid Storage
- 7.3 Results With DR
- 7.4 Results With Hybrid Storage
- 7.5 Results With DR and Hybrid Storage
- 7.6 Impact of DR and Hybrid Storage in Generation and Distribution Expansion Planning
- 7.7 Cost–Benefit Analysis
- Chapter 8. Summary and Conclusions
- 8.1 Summary
- 8.2 Conclusions
- 1 Sets and Indexes
- 2 Parameters
- 3 Variables
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- © Academic Press 2016
- 27th April 2016
- Academic Press
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Javier Contreras (IEEE SM’05, IEEE F’15) received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain, in 1989, the M.Sc. degree from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, in 1992, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1997. He is currently Full Professor at the University of Castilla – La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain. His research interests include power systems planning, operations and economics, and electricity markets.
Professor at University of Castilla – La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain
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