Energy resources management in three distinct time horizons considering a large variation in wind power

Marco Silva, Hugo Morais, Tiago Sousa, Zita Vale

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Abstract

The intensive use of distributed generation based on renewable resources increases the complexity of power systems management, particularly the short-term scheduling. Demand response, storage units and electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles also pose new challenges to the short-term scheduling. However, these distributed energy resources can contribute significantly to turn the shortterm scheduling more efficient and effective improving the power system reliability.
This paper proposes a short-term scheduling methodology based on two distinct time horizons: hour-ahead scheduling, and real-time scheduling considering the point of view of one aggregator agent. In each scheduling process, it is necessary to update the generation and consumption operation, and the storage and electric vehicles status. Besides the new operation condition, more accurate forecast values of wind generation and consumption are available, for the resulting of short-term and very short-term methods. In this paper, the aggregator has the main goal of maximizing his profits while, fulfilling the established contracts with the aggregated and external players.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of EWEA Annual Event 2013
Number of pages9
Publication date2013
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Externally publishedYes
EventEuropean Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition 2013 - Vienna, Austria
Duration: 4 Feb 20137 Feb 2013
http://www.ewea.org/annual2013/

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ConferenceEuropean Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition 2013
CountryAustria
CityVienna
Period04/02/201307/02/2013
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Silva, M., Morais, H., Sousa, T., & Vale, Z. (2013). Energy resources management in three distinct time horizons considering a large variation in wind power. In Proceedings of EWEA Annual Event 2013