Optimal Scheduling of an Regional Integrated Energy System with Energy Storage Systems for Service Regulation
AbstractAncillary services are critical to maintaining the safe and stable operation of power systems that contain a high penetration level of renewable energy resources. As a high-quality regulation resource, the regional integrated energy system (RIES) with energy storage system (ESS) can effectively adjust the non-negligible frequency offset caused by the renewable energy integration into the power system, and help solve the problem of power system frequency stability. In this paper, the optimization model aiming at regional integrated energy system as a participant in the regulation market based on pay-for-performance is established. Meanwhile YALMIP + CPLEX is used to simulate and analyze the total operating cost under different dispatch modes. This paper uses the actual operation model of the PJM regulation market to guide the optimal allocation of regulation resource in the regional integrated energy system, and provides a balance between the power trading revenue and regulation market revenue in order to achieve the maximum profit. View Full-Text
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Ma, H.; Wang, B.; Gao, W.; Liu, D.; Sun, Y.; Liu, Z. Optimal Scheduling of an Regional Integrated Energy System with Energy Storage Systems for Service Regulation. Energies 2018, 11, 195.
Ma H, Wang B, Gao W, Liu D, Sun Y, Liu Z. Optimal Scheduling of an Regional Integrated Energy System with Energy Storage Systems for Service Regulation. Energies. 2018; 11(1):195.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ma, Hengrui; Wang, Bo; Gao, Wenzhong; Liu, Dichen; Sun, Yong; Liu, Zhijun. 2018. "Optimal Scheduling of an Regional Integrated Energy System with Energy Storage Systems for Service Regulation." Energies 11, no. 1: 195.
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