Special Issue "Inventions and Innovation in Integration of Renewable Energy Systems"
A special issue of Inventions (ISSN 2411-5134). This special issue belongs to the section "Inventions and Innovation in Electrical Engineering/Energy/Communications".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2017)
Prof. Dr. Surya Santoso
Dr. Pisitpol Chirapongsananurak
Increasing penetration of renewable energy sources, such as photovoltaics and wind power generation, raises concerns regarding their impacts on a power system. Although wind and solar power generation can reduce peak load demand and losses in a distribution circuit, these renewable energy sources may cause power quality and protection issues in a circuit, such as voltage regulation, flicker, short-circuit current contribution, and protection coordination. Additional equipment, such as capacitor banks, voltage regulators, static var compensators (SVCs), static synchronous compensators (STATCOMs), and energy storage systems, may be required to provide enhanced voltage regulation. New protection schemes may be developed to mitigate protection issues. This Special Issue of Inventions will include (but is not limited to) the following topics of interest:
- Advances in technologies of renewable energy systems, voltage regulating devices, and energy storage system
- Modeling and simulation of renewable energy systems for load flow, dynamic stability, and electromagnetic transient studies
- Operation and control strategies for renewable energy systems
- Forecasting wind and solar power generation
- Impacts of renewable energy systems including voltage regulation, short-circuit contribution, protection coordination, harmonic distortion, and frequency response
- Maximum capacity of renewable energy systems that can be integrated into a power system
- Mitigating the impacts of high penetration of renewable energy systems with the help of control of renewable energy sources, voltage regulating devices, energy storage system, and distributed energy resource management systems (DERMS)
- Cost of increasing the renewable energy penetration in a power system
- Optimal placement and sizing of renewable energy sources, voltage regulating devices, and energy storage systems for conservation voltage reduction (CVR), voltage regulation, and loss minimization
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- distributed generations
- renewable energy sources
- photovoltaics (PVs)
- wind turbines
- energy storage systems (ESSs)
- voltage regulating devices
- distributed energy resource management systems (DERMSs)