Wind Farm-LA Coordinated Operation Mode and Dispatch Model in Wind Power Accommodation Promotion
AbstractWith the support of a smart grid, a load aggregator (LA) that aggregates the demand response resources of small- and medium-sized customers to participate in the electricity market would be a novel way to promote wind power accommodation. This paper proposes a wind farm–LA coordinated operation mode (WLCOM), which enables LAs to deal with wind farms directly at an agreement price. Afterwards, according to the accommodation demand of the wind farm, a coordinated dispatch model taking advantage of the various response capabilities of different flexible loads is set up to maximize the revenue of the LA. A case study was conducted to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed WLCOM and the coordinated dispatch model. The demonstration indicates that: (a) load fluctuations and wind curtailment were obviously reduced; and (b) both the LA and the wind farm participating in coordinated operation obtained higher revenues. Factors that influence the accommodation level, as well as revenues of wind farms and LA, are also investigated. View Full-Text
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Lin, L.; Cai, X.; Xu, B.; Xia, S. Wind Farm-LA Coordinated Operation Mode and Dispatch Model in Wind Power Accommodation Promotion. Energies 2018, 11, 1227.
Lin L, Cai X, Xu B, Xia S. Wind Farm-LA Coordinated Operation Mode and Dispatch Model in Wind Power Accommodation Promotion. Energies. 2018; 11(5):1227.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lin, Li; Cai, Xuexuan; Xu, Bingqian; Xia, Shiwei. 2018. "Wind Farm-LA Coordinated Operation Mode and Dispatch Model in Wind Power Accommodation Promotion." Energies 11, no. 5: 1227.
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