Advanced Research on Hydro-Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Systems

A special issue of Water (ISSN 2073-4441). This special issue belongs to the section "Water-Energy Nexus".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 May 2024) | Viewed by 245

Special Issue Editors

School of Water Conservancy and Transportation, Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou 450001, China
Interests: reservoir operation; hydro-wind-solar hybrid coordination; joint forecast of multi-resources; hydrological simulation; water resources optimal allocation
College of Water Resources and Architectural Engineering, Northwest Agriculture & Forest University, Yangling 712100, China
Interests: water resources operation and management; water resources system theory and sustainable utilization; basin hydrological simulation and uncertainty analysis; optimization method
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The development and utilization of clean renewable energy is a significant measure to achieve carbon peaking and carbon neutrality goals. With the successive planning and construction of a large number of hydro-wind-solar complementary clean energy bases, not only the inherent stochastic fluctuation of water, wind and solar resources, but also hydropower station, wind power station and solar power station groups with different spatial locations lead to the temporal and spatial variation mechanism of water, wind and solar resources in the basin becoming more complicated. In addition, global climate change and human activities have sharply changed the process and features of resources and have exerted a huge impact on power systems. As a result, it is difficult to predict future resource conditions precisely and synergize hybrid power systems. Thus, energy system management has emerged as a hot topic of scientific research and technological innovation that many scholars have been keen to explore in recent years. It is necessary to develop effective methods and technologies for improving the utilization efficiency of the hydro-wind-solar power systems. 

In this context, researchers can submit their valuable research to this Special Issue entitled “Advanced Research on Hydro-Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Systems”. Original field and experimental research papers, review papers, and case studies are invited for submission in the context of managements on Hydro-Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Systems, and other related problems. Some related topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Analysis of spatio-temporal evolution characteristics of renewable resources;
  • Multi-time scale joint stochastic simulation of hydro-wind-solar scenarios;
  • Multi-step prediction method of resources or power generation;
  • Multi-objective hybrid power systems operation optimization methods;
  • Long-term complementary operation rules for hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems;
  • Daily generation scheduling of hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems;
  • Economic operation of hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems;
  • Robust operation of hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems to cope with emergencies under extreme weather scenario;
  • Adaptive decision-making of hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems under changing environment;
  • Resilience of hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems under climate change;
  • Risk analysis of hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems considering multiple uncertainties.

Dr. He Li
Dr. Zhe Yang
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • hydro-wind-solar hybrid power systems
  • complementary operation
  • multi-step forecast
  • adaptive regulation
  • multi-objective optimization

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