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Development of Methodology of New Effective Installed Reserve Rate considering Renewable Energy Generators

신재생에너지전원을 고려한 새로운 유효설비예비율 평가방법의 개발

  • 박정제 (경상대학교 공대 전기공학과, 경상대 공학연구원) ;
  • 최재석 (경상대학교 전기공학과, 경상대 공학연구원)
  • Published : 2010.01.01

Abstract

This paper proposes a new effective installed reserve rate in order to evaluate reliability of power system considering renewable generators, which include uncertainty of resource supply. It is called EIRR(effective installed reserve rate) in this paper. It is developed with considering capacity credit based on ELCC by using LOLE reliability criterion. While the conventional installed reserve rate index yields over-evaluation reliability of renewable generators, the proposed EIRR describes actual effective installed reserve rate. However, it is not the probabilistic reliability index as like as LOLE or EENS but another deterministic effective reliability index. The proposed EIRR is able to evaluate the realistic contribution to the reliability level for power system considering wind turbine generators and solar cell generators with high uncertainty in resource supply. The case study in model system as like as Jeju power system size presents a possibility that the proposed EIRR can be used practically as a new deterministic reliability index for generation expansion planning or operational planning in future.

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