Impacts of Wind Power Integration on Generation Dispatch in Power Systems

- Journal title : Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
- Volume 8, Issue 3, 2013, pp.453-463
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
- DOI : 10.5370/JEET.2013.8.3.453

Title & Authors

Impacts of Wind Power Integration on Generation Dispatch in Power Systems

Lyu, Jae-Kun; Heo, Jae-Haeng; Kim, Mun-Kyeom; Park, Jong-Keun;

Lyu, Jae-Kun; Heo, Jae-Haeng; Kim, Mun-Kyeom; Park, Jong-Keun;

Abstract

The probabilistic nature of renewable energy, especially wind energy, increases the needs for new forms of planning and operating with electrical power. This paper presents a novel approach for determining the short-term generation schedule for optimal operations of wind energy-integrated power systems. The proposed probabilistic security-constrained optimal power flow (P-SCOPF) considers dispatch, network, and security constraints in pre- and post-contingency states. The method considers two sources of uncertainty: power demand and wind speed. The power demand is assumed to follow a normal distribution, while the correlated wind speed is modeled by the Weibull distribution. A Monte Carlo simulation is used to choose input variables of power demand and wind speed from their probability distribution functions. Then, P-SCOPF can be applied to the input variables. This approach was tested on a modified IEEE 30-bus system with two wind farms. The results show that the proposed approach provides information on power system economics, security, and environmental parameters to enable better decision-making by system operators.

Keywords

Wind power integration;Correlated wind speed;Weibull distribution;Monte carlo simulation (MCS);Probabilistic security-constrained optimal power flow (P-SCOPF);

Language

English

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