Optimized Planning of Power Source Capacity in Microgrid, Considering Combinations of Energy Storage Devices
AbstractSince renewable energy resource is universally accepted as a promising method to solve the global energy problem, optimal planning and utilization of various distributed generators (DG) and energy storage (ES) devices deserve special concern. ES devices possess various characteristics in power density, energy density, response speed (switching speed) and lifetime. Besides, as different load types have various requirements on power supply reliability according to their importance, coordinated planning with consideration of reasonable matching between power source and load can efficiently improve power supply reliability and economic efficiency via a customized power supply and compensation strategy. This paper focuses on optimization of power source capacity in microgrid and a coordinated planning strategy is proposed with integrated consideration of characteristics of DG, ES and load. An index named additional compensation ratio (ACR) for balancing economic efficiency and reliability is proposed and considered in the strategy. The objective function which aims to minimize life cycle cost (LCC) is established considering economic efficiency, reliability and environmental conservation. The proposed planning strategy and optimizing model is calculated and verified through case study of an autonomy microgrid. View Full-Text
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Liu, Z.; Chen, Y.; Luo, Y.; Zhao, G.; Jin, X. Optimized Planning of Power Source Capacity in Microgrid, Considering Combinations of Energy Storage Devices. Appl. Sci. 2016, 6, 416.
Liu Z, Chen Y, Luo Y, Zhao G, Jin X. Optimized Planning of Power Source Capacity in Microgrid, Considering Combinations of Energy Storage Devices. Applied Sciences. 2016; 6(12):416.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Zifa; Chen, Yixiao; Luo, Ya; Zhao, Guankun; Jin, Xianlin. 2016. "Optimized Planning of Power Source Capacity in Microgrid, Considering Combinations of Energy Storage Devices." Appl. Sci. 6, no. 12: 416.
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