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System-wide benefits of renewable-based virtual power plants in island power systems

M. Rajabdorri, L. Sigrist, A. Ortega, E. Lobato

3rd International Conference on Power Systems and Electrical Technology - PSET 2024, Tokio (Japón). 05-08 agosto 2024


Resumen:

Renewable Energy Sources (RESs) have experienced significant growth in recent years. RES-based Virtual Power Plants (RVPPs) allow aggregating smaller RES-based Distributed Generators (DGs). This paper presents a system-wide analysis of the impact of RVPP in the operation of islands. Islands are typically operated under a centralized scheme, where the system operator determines the commitment status and active power set point utilizing a unit commitment (UC) over different time horizons. In this regard, the system-wide impact can be assessed through solving the UC. Realistic RVPP configuration and penetration scenarios are defined. Results show that scheduling RVPP alongside other units can lead to operation cost reduction and improvement in frequency response.


Resumen divulgativo:

Este estudio evalúa el impacto de las centrales eléctricas virtuales de base renovable (RVPP) en las redes eléctricas insulares. El análisis del unit commitment revela una reducción de costes y una mejora de la respuesta en frecuencia mediante la integración de las RVPP con otras unidades.


Palabras clave: Dynamic virtual power plant, unit commitment, power system operation.


Fecha de publicación: agosto 2024.



Cita:
Rajabdorri, M., Sigrist, L., Ortega, A., Lobato, E., System-wide benefits of renewable-based virtual power plants in island power systems, 3rd International Conference on Power Systems and Electrical Technology - PSET 2024, Tokio (Japón). 05-08 agosto 2024.


    Líneas de investigación:
  • Sistemas aislados: islas, microrredes, off-grid

IIT-24-120C

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