Control Architecture for Future Power Systems

Beyond Virtual Power Plants and Microgrids

Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterResearch

Abstract

This project looks at control of future electric power grids with a high proportion of wind power and a large number of decentralized power generation, consumption and storage units participating to form a reliable supply of electrical energy. The first objective is developing a method for assessment of control architecture of electric power systems with a means-ends perspective. Given this purpose-oriented understanding of a power system, the increasingly stochastic nature of this problem shall be addressed and approaches for robust, distributed control will be proposed and analyzed. The introduction of close-to-real-time markets is envisioned to enable fast distributed resource allocation while guaranteeing system stability. Electric vehicles will be studied as a means of distributed reversible energy storage and a flexible power electronic interface, with application to the case of the island Bornholm.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2008
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventEAWE PhD Seminar on Wind Power - Magdeburg
Duration: 1 Jan 2008 → …

Conference

ConferenceEAWE PhD Seminar on Wind Power
CityMagdeburg
Period01/01/2008 → …

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Heussen, K. (2008). Control Architecture for Future Power Systems: Beyond Virtual Power Plants and Microgrids. Poster session presented at EAWE PhD Seminar on Wind Power, Magdeburg, .
Heussen, Kai. / Control Architecture for Future Power Systems : Beyond Virtual Power Plants and Microgrids. Poster session presented at EAWE PhD Seminar on Wind Power, Magdeburg, .
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Control Architecture for Future Power Systems : Beyond Virtual Power Plants and Microgrids. / Heussen, Kai.

2008. Poster session presented at EAWE PhD Seminar on Wind Power, Magdeburg, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePosterResearch

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