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Tri-level coordinated transmission and electrical energy storage systems expansion planning under physical intentional attacks

H. Nemati, M.A. Latify, G.R. Yousefi

Journal of Energy Storage Vol. 42, pp. 103095-1 - 103095-13

Summary:

In this paper, a model for tri-level coordinated expansion planning of transmission and electrical energy storage systems (ESSs) is proposed to decrease the destructive effects of physical intentional attacks. In order to implement the actions of the system planner (SP), attacker, and system operator (SO), the optimization problem is modeled as a planner-attacker-defender problem. In the first level, the SP determines the optimal coordinated expansion planning of transmission networks and ESSs. In the second level, having enough knowledge about the network, the attacker wants to inflict the maximum damage. In the third level, the SO endeavors to minimize the damage to the network by exploiting correcting actions, such as load shedding and generators and ESSs re-dispatch. To confront the mathematical complexity of the presented model, we propose a mathematical model to convert the tri-level problem to a single-level mixed integer linear programming problem. The model is implemented on Garver and modified IEEE 30-bus test systems, and numerical results are provided for various case studies. The obtained numerical results are compared by literature. The numerical results show the effectiveness of the model to reduce power systems vulnerability.


Spanish layman's summary:

En este documento, se propone un modelo para la planificación de expansión coordinada de tres niveles de los sistemas de transmisión y almacenamiento de energía eléctrica para disminuir los efectos de los ataques físicos intencionales. Para implementar las acciones de los jugadores, el problema de optimización se modela como un problema planificador-atacante-defensor.


English layman's summary:

In this paper, a model for tri-level coordinated expansion planning of transmission and electrical energy storage systems is proposed to decrease the effects of physical intentional attacks. In order to implement the actions of the players, the optimization problem is modeled as a planner-attacker-defender problem.


Keywords: Linear programming; Energy storage systems; Transmission expansion planning; Intentional attacks


JCR Impact Factor and WoS quartile: 6.583 - Q1 (2020)

DOI reference: DOI icon 10.1016/j.est.2021.103095

Published on paper: October 2021.

Published on-line: August 2021.



Citation:
H. Nemati, M.A. Latify, G.R. Yousefi. Tri-level coordinated transmission and electrical energy storage systems expansion planning under physical intentional attacks. Journal of Energy Storage. Vol. 42, pp. 103095-1 - 103095-13, October 2021. [Online: August 2021]


    Research topics:
  • Risk management models
  • Generation and transmission planning co-optimization
  • EPEC and MPEC models

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