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Two-Stage Stochastic Scheduling of Integrated Electricity and Natural Gas Systems Considering Ramping Costs With Power-to-Gas Storage and Wind Power

Xiaozhe Song, Chuqiao Lin, Rufeng Zhang, Tao Jiang, Houhe Chen
2020 Frontiers in Energy Research  
This paper proposes a stochastic coordinated scheduling model for IENGS considering ramping costs with P2G storage and wind power.  ...  The operation model of natural gas system with P2G is presented, and the benefits of P2G integration are analyzed.  ...  The results verify the effectiveness of the proposed model on larger systems.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenrg.2020.596774 fatcat:w4vczcqgzjcvjakedxdwbiypea

Flexible Operation of Batteries in Power System Scheduling With Renewable Energy

Nan Li, Canan Uckun, Emil M. Constantinescu, John R. Birge, Kory W. Hedman, Audun Botterud
2016 IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy  
Analysis is conducted on the IEEE 24-bus system to demonstrate the benefits of battery storage in systems with renewable resources and the effectiveness of the proposed battery operation strategy.  ...  The fast growing expansion of renewable energy increases the complexities in balancing generation and demand in the power system.  ...  The results of the cost-benefit analysis indicate that battery storage is beneficial to this system when current capital cost estimates, the degradation effect and its impact on the lifetime of the battery  ... 
doi:10.1109/tste.2015.2497470 fatcat:zp5qxauh65g43lnxqrv7epd4hi

Flexible operation of batteries in power system scheduling with renewable energy

Nan Li, Canan Uckun, Emil Constantinescu, John Birge, Kory Hedman, Audun Botterud
2016 2016 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM)  
Analysis is conducted on the IEEE 24-bus system to demonstrate the benefits of battery storage in systems with renewable resources and the effectiveness of the proposed battery operation strategy.  ...  The fast growing expansion of renewable energy increases the complexities in balancing generation and demand in the power system.  ...  The results of the cost-benefit analysis indicate that battery storage is beneficial to this system when current capital cost estimates, the degradation effect and its impact on the lifetime of the battery  ... 
doi:10.1109/pesgm.2016.7741730 fatcat:7we2kttodrejdjgofmpoysvhyq

Cost analysis of a power system using probabilistic optimal power flow with energy storage integration and wind generation

Amirsaman Arabali, Mahmoud Ghofrani, Mehdi Etezadi-Amoli
2013 International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems  
This paper examines the storage application and its optimal placement for the social cost and transmission congestion relief of wind integration.  ...  The proposed method is used to carry out a cost-benefit analysis for the IEEE 24-bus system and determine the most economical technology.  ...  Methodology Stochastic modeling of wind and load The stochastic nature of wind and the load characteristics impose some degree of uncertainty on power systems with wind energy resources.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijepes.2013.05.053 fatcat:25lqiazgg5bhheg4rf5iuplozm

The Economic Value of Distributed Storage at Different Locations on an Electric Grid

Wooyoung Jeon, Alberto J. Lamadrid, Timothy D. Mount
2019 Energy Journal  
The objective of this article is to analyze the system benefits of distributed storage at different locations on a grid that has a high penetration of renewable generation.  ...  This model is applied to a reduction of the grid in New York State and New England and simulates the hourly load on a hot summer day, treating potential wind generation at different sites as stochastic  ...  The authors are responsible for all conclusions presented in the paper and the views expressed have not been endorsed by the sponsoring agencies.  ... 
doi:10.5547/01956574.40.4.wjeo fatcat:gft2rrwsk5atfkq2mi3ytqdqla

Short-Term Energy Balancing With Increasing Levels of Wind Energy

Juha Kiviluoma, Peter Meibom, Aidan Tuohy, Niamh Troy, Michael Milligan, Bernhard Lange, Madeleine Gibescu, Mark O'Malley
2012 IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy  
For more information, please see the item record link above.  Abstract-Increasing levels of wind energy are adding to the uncertainty and variability inherent in electricity grids and are consequently  ...  The evolutions are tightly coupled, their impact is system dependent and so no "best" set is identifiable but experience of system operators will be critical to future developments.  ...  The analysis compares different scenario trees and their impact on the system cost and computation time. Larger trees yield benefits, but at a considerable computational cost.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tste.2012.2209210 fatcat:qn3xmt6ugnfdncxzn47rhfwapm

Estimating the Cost of Solar Generation Uncertainty and the Impact of Collocated Energy Storage: The Case of Korea

Wooyoung Jeon, Chul-Yong Lee
2019 Sustainability  
This study estimates the costs induced by additional reserve capacities to reduce the uncertainty of solar generation in the Korean power system and analyzes the effectiveness of the Energy Storage System  ...  The operating cost reduction (benefit) by ESS would be 80.8% higher in 2029 compared to the current level and cover 89.9% of its installation cost.  ...  Sioshansi and Denholm [12] analyzed the benefits of merging concentrated solar power (CSP) and wind power, based on the power system model in western Texas.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11051389 fatcat:yybqscuopzg75l7u224nitxvhu

Short-term Scheduling Strategy for Wind-based Energy Hub: A Hybrid Stochastic/IGDT Approach

Amirhossein Dolatabadi, Mohammad Jadidbonab, Behnam Mohammadi-ivatloo
2018 IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy  
VOLL The value of lost load. η boiler Auxiliary boiler efficiency. η E/H The electrical and thermal energy storages' Standby efficiency. P wind s,t Generated power of the wind system.  ...  This paper assesses the renewable based energy hub (REH) optimal scheduling considering combined heat and power (CHP) unit, energy storage components, auxiliary boiler and wind turbine via hybrid stochastic  ...  Furthermore, as it is clear from problem formulation section, the power generated by wind turbine has a positive effect on the benefits of the REH system. This fact is clear from Fig. 8 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tste.2017.2788086 fatcat:i2ck24chmzf6bhdakxyyphj5pi

Optimal storage-aided wind generation integration considering ramping requirements

Lin Xiang, Derrick Wing Kwan Ng, Woongsup Lee, Robert Schober
2013 2013 IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm)  
Moreover, the benefits of storage are exploited in our proposed storage-aided generation range adaption scheme to reduce the potential risk caused by inaccurate wind energy forecasts and the ramping latency  ...  Large-scale integration of intermittent wind energy can put a large burden on the utility company in balancing system demand and supply.  ...  On the other hand, the use of storage in ramp control decouples the generation and consumption of wind energy and can lead to an improvement in both operation cost and wind energy usage [8] , [9] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/smartgridcomm.2013.6688032 dblp:conf/smartgridcomm/XiangNLS13 fatcat:fh7qo45e2jd6xbntcav5nxxty4

Data-Driven Stochastic Scheduling for Energy Integrated Systems

Heng Yang, Ziliang Jin, Jianhua Wang, Yong Zhao, Hejia Wang, Weihua Xiao
2019 Energies  
As the penetration of intermittent renewable energy increases and unexpected market behaviors continue to occur, new challenges arise for system operators to ensure cost effectiveness while maintaining  ...  In addition, we propose a data-driven risk-averse two-stage stochastic model that considers the features of forbidden zones and dynamic ramping rate limits.  ...  Effects of historical data on the total cost in the 118-bus system without the pumped-storage unit. Figure 5 . 5 Figure 5. Effects of historical data on θ. Figure 6 . 6 Figure 6.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12122317 fatcat:znt6unbfanaxvjkmutq65rwjiu

Planning low-carbon electricity systems under uncertainty considering operational flexibility and smart grid technologies

Rodrigo Moreno, Alexandre Street, José M. Arroyo, Pierluigi Mancarella
2017 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
commercial and regulatory frameworks aimed to foster low-carbon technologies, evolving availability of market information on feasibility and costs of various technologies, etc.  ...  Finally, we review the most used practices in power system planning under uncertainty, highlight the challenges of incorporating operational aspects, and advocate the need for new and computationally-effective  ...  Effects of Long-Term Uncertainty and Short-Term Operational Constraints on System Investment Portfolios Overview In order to illustrate the effects of relevant system operational constraints as well  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2016.0305 pmid:29052551 pmcid:PMC5514361 fatcat:3ytl47jb5rctji5ahibnsq2blm

Planning of Flexible Generators and Energy Storages under High Penetration of Renewable Power in Taiwan Power System

Yuan-Kang Wu, Wen-Shan Tan, Yu-Shuang Chiang, Cheng-Liang Huang
2022 Energies  
The primary purpose of this study is to explore the effect of generation flexibility on the cost of unit scheduling.  ...  Furthermore, this study demonstrates that the cost of unit scheduling is effectively reduced by increasing flexible ICE units and energy storage systems.  ...  [3] studied the impact of wind generation temporal correlation on power system flexibility and the uncertainty interval of wind generation. M. Ghaljehei et al.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en15145224 fatcat:2h2u6turivgmphep72v52hm3ya

Pumped storage in systems with very high wind penetration

A. Tuohy, M. O'Malley
2011 Energy Policy  
The economics of the system are examined to find the level at which storage justifies its capital costs and inefficiencies.  ...  This paper examines the operation of the Irish power system with very high levels of wind energy, with and without pumped storage.  ...  Effect on system costs and economic analysis This section presents the results in terms of effect on system costs and the subsequent examination on whether or not the results would justify building storage  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2011.01.026 fatcat:yuugvhv7ujcljivjqdna6hpyga

Co-optimizing the Smart Grid and Electric Public Transit Bus System [article]

Mertcan Yetkin, Brandon R. Augustino, Alberto J. Lamadrid, Lawrence V. Snyder
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We analyze the effect of different pricing strategies on the co-optimization.  ...  Each stochastic formulation provides a different set of recourse actions to manage the variable renewable energy uncertainty: ramping up/down the conventional generators, or charging/discharging of the  ...  Yet, as detailed, the benefits of charging/discharging of the fleet as a recourse action depend on battery capacities, ramping costs, and ramping limits.  ... 
arXiv:2012.08087v3 fatcat:euijy5ifwvhtlaozrs75wzb7hm

Robust scheduling of variable wind generation by coordination of bulk energy storages and demand response

E. Heydarian-Forushani, M.E.H. Golshan, M.P. Moghaddam, M. Shafie-khah, J.P.S. Catalão
2015 Energy Conversion and Management  
On one 33 hand, the stochastic nature of wind generation increase supply side variability and hence increases the need for 34 additional flexibility.  ...  This 50 rationale mechanism reshapes the load profile of the system and result in a flatter net load (load minus wind power) 51 and potentially reduces the need for up and down ramping services.  ...  Acknowledgements 384 The work of M. Shafie-khah and J.P.S. Catalão was supported by FEDER funds through COMPETE and by  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enconman.2015.09.074 fatcat:77bcgwm2infw3liu5axry4imgu
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