An 11 kV steady state residential aggregate load model. Part 2: microgeneration and demand-side management

Adam Collin, Ignacio Hernando Gil, Jorge Acosta, Sasa Z. Djokic

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Abstract

This paper is part two of a two-part series on the development of improved aggregate load models for steady state power system analysis. Part one paper presented a general methodology for building component-based low voltage (LV) aggregate load models from statistical information on load structure and measurements of active/reactive power demands. The developed LV aggregate load models are then connected to typical LV and medium voltage (MV) network configurations, in order to obtain correct aggregate load models at higher voltage levels. This paper discusses how the presented LV and MV aggregate load models can be modified in order to include microgeneration technologies and demand-side management (DSM) functionalities in the analysis. Using the UK residential load sector as an example, it is shown that the assessment of microgeneration should be correlated both spatially and temporally with the aggregated load. The effects of DSM generally depend on the applied scenario, but may have a more pronounced effect on the aggregate demands.

Conference

ConferenceIEEE Powertech 2011. International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, Trondheim 2011
CountryNorway
CityTrondheim
Period19/06/1123/06/11

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Electric potential
Demand side management
Reactive power
Loads (forces)
Systems analysis

Keywords

  • aggregate load model
  • component-based load modeling
  • demand-side management
  • load flow
  • micro-scale distributed generation
  • residential load sector/sub-sector

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology

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Collin, A., Hernando Gil, I., Acosta, J., & Djokic, S. Z. (2011). An 11 kV steady state residential aggregate load model. Part 2: microgeneration and demand-side management. 1-8. Paper presented at IEEE Powertech 2011. International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, Trondheim 2011, Trondheim, Norway. https://doi.org/10.1109/PTC.2011.6019384

An 11 kV steady state residential aggregate load model. Part 2 : microgeneration and demand-side management. / Collin, Adam; Hernando Gil, Ignacio; Acosta, Jorge; Djokic, Sasa Z.

2011. 1-8 Paper presented at IEEE Powertech 2011. International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, Trondheim 2011, Trondheim, Norway.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Collin, A, Hernando Gil, I, Acosta, J & Djokic, SZ 2011, 'An 11 kV steady state residential aggregate load model. Part 2: microgeneration and demand-side management' Paper presented at IEEE Powertech 2011. International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, Trondheim 2011, Trondheim, Norway, 19/06/11 - 23/06/11, pp. 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1109/PTC.2011.6019384
Collin A, Hernando Gil I, Acosta J, Djokic SZ. An 11 kV steady state residential aggregate load model. Part 2: microgeneration and demand-side management. 2011. Paper presented at IEEE Powertech 2011. International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, Trondheim 2011, Trondheim, Norway. https://doi.org/10.1109/PTC.2011.6019384
Collin, Adam ; Hernando Gil, Ignacio ; Acosta, Jorge ; Djokic, Sasa Z. / An 11 kV steady state residential aggregate load model. Part 2 : microgeneration and demand-side management. Paper presented at IEEE Powertech 2011. International Conference on Electric Power Engineering, Trondheim 2011, Trondheim, Norway.8 p.
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