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Description of pre-prototype of the multitemporal operational management tool for the MV/LV distribution grid

J. Meirinhos, C. Gouveia Aguiar, H. Costa, A. G. Madureira, P. Anagnostopoulos, S. Papathanassiou, N. Hatziargyriou, L. González, J. Matanza, N. Silva, P. Rodrigues, P. Viegas

This document corresponds to the work developed within WP3 “Design of New Tools for Smart Distribution System Operation”, where a set of advanced functionalities are developed to enable maximizing the integration of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in distribution networks, as included in the Description of Work (DoW) [1]. In particular, the development of Task T3.4 “Advanced Coordinated Voltage Control” is addressed where the main objective is to maximize the integration of renewable energy in distribution networks using advanced operation strategies implemented at the level of the HV/MV primary substation to control voltage magnitudes and real power injections working at the Low Voltage (LV) level and the Medium Voltage (MV) levels. In fact, large-scale integration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER), and especially variable RES, brings significant challenges to grid operation that require new approaches and tools for distribution system management with voltage control being one of the most demanding tasks. Within the SuSTAINABLE concept, advanced voltage control involves a coordinated management of the several DER connected at the MV and LV levels in order to ensure a smooth and efficient operation of the distribution system as a whole. The proposed approach is developed in accordance to the technical reference architecture defined in Task 2.2 of WP2, where the main focus is put at the MV network level. Furthermore, the database specification and data communication requirements for both the MV and LV control are identified in appendix to this document. […]


Entidad financiadora: Comisión Europea. FP7-ENERGY

Fecha de publicación: 31-12-2014


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