Day-Ahead Dispatch Model of Electro-Thermal Integrated Energy System with Power to Gas Function
AbstractThe application of power to gas (P2G) provides a new way to absorb intermittent renewable energy generation, which improves the efficiency of renewable energy utilization and provides the necessary flexibility for operating the integrated energy system. The electro-thermal integrated energy system with P2G is a new form of using energy efficiently. In this paper, we first introduce the technology and application of P2G. On the basis of considering the characteristics of P2G facilities, power systems, natural gas systems and heating systems, an optimal dispatching model of electro-thermal multi-energy system with P2G facilities is proposed. Particle swarm optimization is used to solve the optimal scheduling model. The simulation results are discussed for the six-bus and six-node integration system and show that when the volume fraction of hydrogen does not exceed 20% in the gas network, for the same operating mode, an integrated energy grid with P2G function will save about 20 tons of standard coal per day and the abandoned wind rate can be regarded as 0. View Full-Text
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Yang, D.; Xi, Y.; Cai, G. Day-Ahead Dispatch Model of Electro-Thermal Integrated Energy System with Power to Gas Function. Appl. Sci. 2017, 7, 1326.
Yang D, Xi Y, Cai G. Day-Ahead Dispatch Model of Electro-Thermal Integrated Energy System with Power to Gas Function. Applied Sciences. 2017; 7(12):1326.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Deyou; Xi, Yufei; Cai, Guowei. 2017. "Day-Ahead Dispatch Model of Electro-Thermal Integrated Energy System with Power to Gas Function." Appl. Sci. 7, no. 12: 1326.
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