Special Issue "Modeling of Variable Renewable Generation: Wind and Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2020.
2. Department of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Control Communications, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales de Albacete, 02071 Albacete, Spain
Interests: power electronics and power systems; renewable energy systems; modeling; dynamic performance of inverter-based generation in power systems; maintenance of renewable energy power installations; transmission and distribution studies
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Interests: renewable energy systems; variability and uncertainty of variable renewable energy sources; maintenance of renewable energy power installations; Participation of VRES in balancing markets; PV systems performance
At present, variable renewable energy (VRE) generation is becoming of key importance due to the relevant impact on power systems. Specifically, wind and solar PV power modeling should be addressed due to the importance in the energy mix of actual and future power systems. Modeling issues could address real time and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulations, too.
This Special Issue aims to present solutions facing the challenges related to VRE modeling, specifically wind and solar PV generation. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Detailed VRE modeling (wind turbines, wind power plants, and solar PV power plants) for accurate response and design purposes;
- Simplified VRE modeling (wind turbines, wind power plants, and solar PV power plants) with application to power system studies; model assessment according to national and international standards, such as IEC 61400-27 or WECC;
- Modeling of new control strategies for wind power plants and solar PV power plants;
- Modeling of power system operation with large amounts of wind and solar power, including transnational or intercontinental studies; transient stability studies;
- Modeling of transmission planning and operation, taking into account VRE resource location and characteristics;
- Grid support and ancillary services provided by wind and solar PV generation; grid code requirements;
- Modeling of efficient electricity markets with large amounts of VREs;
- Model validation.
Prof. Dr. Emilio Gomez-Lazaro
Dr. Sergio Martin-Martinez
Manuscript Submission Information
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- wind power plants
- solar PV power plants
- variable renewable energy modeling
- variable renewable energy integration
- power systems
- model validation
The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
1. Title:The impact of imperfect weather forecasts on wind forecasting performance
Authors: Evangelos Spiliotis (National Technical University of Athens), Fotios Petropoulos (University of Bath) and Konstantinos Nikolopoulos (Bangor University)