Ir arriba
Información del artículo en conferencia

On the emerging role of spatial load forecasting in transmission/distribution grid planning

F. Heymann, J. Melo, P. Dueñas, F.J. Soares, V. Miranda

Mediterranean Conference on Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Energy Conversion - MEDPOWER 2018, Dubrovnik (Croacia). 12-15 noviembre 2018


Resumen:

Spatial load forecasting methodologies spatially allocate expected electricity demand growth in a study area. In the last decades, this kind of forecasting has been applied to backup traditional transmission and distribution grid expansion studies using publicly available, georeferenced information. Recently, a growing number of studies materialized the availability of computational intelligence tools to improve electricity network planning. Planners can use spatial load forecasting outputs to build accurate scenarios with high spatial resolution that allow for better investment decisions and eventually drive down network expansion costs. Furthermore, results of spatial load forecasting can help power system planners to comply with new deregulation and decarbonization policies, while addressing emerging challenges in power system planning. This paper provides insights in recent spatial load forecasting developments and emerging data-driven applications that will render modern power system planning.


Palabras clave: distributed energy resources, electricity networks, geographic information systems, power system planning, spatial load forecasting


DOI: DOI icon https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2018.1861

Fecha de publicación: noviembre 2018.



Cita:
Heymann, F., Melo, J., Dueñas, P., Soares, F.J., Miranda, V., On the emerging role of spatial load forecasting in transmission/distribution grid planning, Mediterranean Conference on Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution and Energy Conversion - MEDPOWER 2018, Dubrovnik (Croacia). 12-15 noviembre 2018.

IIT-18-212C

pdf Solicitar el artículo completo a los autores