Title: Improving Supply-Load Balance with Generator Outage by Battery Storage at High wind Penetration


Volume 9 Issue 2 Year 2019

Authors:

Bal Krishna Jadon

research.balkrishna@gmail.com
Department of Electrical Engineering, Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management and Gramothan, Jaipur-302017 (INDIA),

Ajay Bhardwaj

ijskit@skit.ac.in
Department of Electrical Engineering, Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management and Gramothan, Jaipur-302017 (INDIA),

Anjali Jain

ijskit@skit.ac.in
Centre for Energy and Environment, Malaviya National Instituteof Technology,Jaipur, 302017 (INDIA)

Pages: 67-73


Abstract:

Due to carbonization concern, generation
resources of electrical energy needs great concern.
Renewable energy source as wind which has low
utilization cost used with integrated thermal power
plants is gaining a lot of attention these days due to
environmental concern. The high penetration of wind
imbalances the system regarding with load variability
and it needs flexile resources to compensate
instantaneous costs by wind energy. Charging and
discharging of the storage connected with wind units
changes the unit-output. This paper presents the
Security Constrained Unit Commitment (SCUC)
integrated with 40% wind penetration. SCUC is
handled by Mixed Integer Linear Programming
(MILP) which is simulated in General Algebraic
Modelling System (GAMS). Generator outage is a
contingency introduced in the grid to compare the
change in performance specification of a RTS 24 bus
test system. In this paper, we discussed the simulation
which has net output, the wind curtailment and load
shedding. To compensate the overall cost, we have to
work on load shedding which should be as minimum
as possible.

Keywords:
GAMS, MILP, RTS-24 bus test system, SCUC