Special Issue "Power Grid on Energy Great Transition with High Penetration of Renewable Energies"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 28 February 2019
Prof. Jung-Wook PARK
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yonsei University, Korea
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Interests: power system dynamics; energy management system; renewable energies based distributed generation system; operation and planning of microgrid; parameter optimization, and hardware implementation of power-electronic based inverters
We are inviting submissions to Special Issue of Energies on the subject of “Power Grid on Energy Great Transition with High Penetration of Renewable Energies”. Many countries around the world are planning to increase the generation dependency on renewable energy sources from 20% up to even 50% in next two decades. In other words, we will be experiencing the power grid on energy great transition with the high penetration of renewable energies in near future. To achieve this goal, the innovative and effective methodologies for control, operation, and planning of that power grid are significantly required while dealing with the uncertainty and variability of renewable energies. The objective of this Special Issue is to address, discuss, and present the novel theories, methods, and applications to the power grid on energy great transition. Topics of interest for publication include, but are not limited to:
- Methods to obtain the grid-connected flexibility and maximize the allowable capacity
- New system structures with interconnection of AC and DC
- Smart inverter and active distribution system
- Applications of FACTS and HVDC
- Short-term and long-term planning of power system with the high penetration of renewable energies
- Cooperative operation and energy management of transmission and distribution systems
- Converter-level and plant-level controls of wind power and photovoltaic generations
- Short-term and long-term grid-level cooperative control for different types of power plants
- Control and operation to obtain the proper power reserves
- Improvement of stability with respect to frequency and voltage of system
- Real-time fast state estimation algorithms
- Estimation of net-load
- Forecasting of wind power and photovoltaic generations
- Effective dynamic simulation methods and modeling
Prof. Jung-Wook PARK
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- power grid on energy great transition
- high penetration of renewable energies
- wind power and photovoltaic generations
- energy management system
- power generation, transmission, distribution
- control, operation, planning
- power reserve
- system stability
- estimation and forecasting
- simulation and modeling