Research on Stochastic Optimal Operation Strategy of Active Distribution Network Considering Intermittent Energy
AbstractActive distribution networks characterized by high flexibility and controllability are an important development mode of future smart grids to be interconnected with large scale distributed generation sources including intermittent energies. However, the uncertainty of intermittent energy and the diversity of controllable devices make the optimal operation of distribution network a challenging issue. In this paper, we propose a stochastic optimal operation strategy for distribution networks with the objective function considering the operation state of the distribution network. Both distributed generations and flexible loads are taken into consideration in our strategy. The uncertainty of the intermittent energy is considered in this paper to obtain an optimized operation and an efficient utilization of intermittent energy under the worst scenario. Then, Benders decomposition is used in this paper to solve the two-stage max-min problem for stochastic optimal operation. Finally, we test the effectiveness of our strategy under different scenarios of the demonstration project of active distribution network located in Guizhou, China. View Full-Text
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Chen, F.; Liu, D.; Xiong, X. Research on Stochastic Optimal Operation Strategy of Active Distribution Network Considering Intermittent Energy. Energies 2017, 10, 522.
Chen F, Liu D, Xiong X. Research on Stochastic Optimal Operation Strategy of Active Distribution Network Considering Intermittent Energy. Energies. 2017; 10(4):522.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Fei; Liu, Dong; Xiong, Xiaofang. 2017. "Research on Stochastic Optimal Operation Strategy of Active Distribution Network Considering Intermittent Energy." Energies 10, no. 4: 522.