Impact of combined demand-response and wind power plant participation in frequency control for multi-area power systems
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AutorMuñoz Benavente, Irene; Hansen, Anca Daniela; Gómez Lázaro, Emilio; García Sánchez, Tania María; Fernández Guillamón, Ana; [et al.]
Área de conocimientoIngeniería Eléctrica
PatrocinadoresThis work was partially supported by by the Regional Seneca Foundation of Spain through the research projects 08747/PI/08 and 19379/PI/14. This work was also supported by project AIM, Ref. TEC2016-76465-C2-1-R (AEI/FEDER, UE). This work was financially supported by the Regional Seneca Foundation of Spain through the research projects 08747/PI/08 and 19379/PI/14.
Realizado en/conUniversidad Politécnica de Cartagena; Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha; Universidad Politécnica de Valencia; Universidad Técnica de Dinamarca
Fecha de publicación2019-05-04
Cita bibliográficaMuñoz-Benavente I, Hansen AD, Gómez-Lázaro E, García-Sánchez T, Fernández-Guillamón A, Molina-García Á. Impact of Combined Demand-Response and Wind Power Plant Participation in Frequency Control for Multi-Area Power Systems. Energies. 2019; 12(9):1687. https://doi.org/10.3390/en12091687
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Palabras claveWind integration
An alternative approach for combined frequency control in multi-area power systems with significant wind power plant integration is described and discussed in detail. Demand response is considered as a decentralized and distributed resource by incorporating innovative frequency-sensitive load controllers into certain thermostatically controlled loads. Wind power plants comprising variable speed wind turbines include an auxiliary frequency control loop contributing to increase total system inertia in a combined manner, which further improves the system frequency performance. Results for interconnected power systems show how the proposed control strategy substantially improves frequency stability and decreases peak frequency excursion (nadir) values. The total need for frequency regulation reserves is reduced as well. Moreover, the requirements to exchange power in multi-area scenarios are significantly decreased. Extensive simulations under power imbalance conditions for interconnected ...
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