Coordinated control of micro-generation and demand-side management in smart grids

Ignacio Hernando-Gil, Irinel-Sorin Ilie, Adam J. Collin, Jorge L. Acosta, Barry P. Hayes, Sasa Z. Djokic

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Abstract

This extended abstract analyses possible benefits of coordinated implementation of micro-generation (MG) and demand-side management (DSM) on the overall performance of distribution networks, particularly quality of supply of low-voltage residential customers. Detailed network representations and improved aggregate load/MG models are used to assess changes in active/reactive power flows, system losses and voltage profiles due to the introduction of MG with/without energy storage and implementation of DSM schemes. The extended abstract also discusses how coordinated control of MG and DSM, as one of the important functionalities of future "smart grids", may provide distribution network operators with an efficient solution for improving system reliability and maintaining continuity of supply.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2011
EventIEEE PES MixGenera Conference 2011 - Madrid, Spain
Duration: 17 Nov 2011 → …

Conference

ConferenceIEEE PES MixGenera Conference 2011
CountrySpain
CityMadrid
Period17/11/11 → …

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Electric power distribution
Electric potential
Reactive power
Energy storage
Demand side management

Keywords

  • demand-side management
  • micro-generation
  • energy storage
  • distribution network modelling
  • power system performance
  • quality of supply
  • reliability
  • smart grids

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Energy Engineering and Power Technology

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Hernando-Gil, I., Ilie, I-S., Collin, A. J., Acosta, J. L., Hayes, B. P., & Djokic, S. Z. (2011). Coordinated control of micro-generation and demand-side management in smart grids. Paper presented at IEEE PES MixGenera Conference 2011, Madrid, Spain.

Coordinated control of micro-generation and demand-side management in smart grids. / Hernando-Gil, Ignacio; Ilie, Irinel-Sorin; Collin, Adam J.; Acosta, Jorge L.; Hayes, Barry P.; Djokic, Sasa Z.

2011. Paper presented at IEEE PES MixGenera Conference 2011, Madrid, Spain.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Hernando-Gil, I, Ilie, I-S, Collin, AJ, Acosta, JL, Hayes, BP & Djokic, SZ 2011, 'Coordinated control of micro-generation and demand-side management in smart grids' Paper presented at IEEE PES MixGenera Conference 2011, Madrid, Spain, 17/11/11, .
Hernando-Gil I, Ilie I-S, Collin AJ, Acosta JL, Hayes BP, Djokic SZ. Coordinated control of micro-generation and demand-side management in smart grids. 2011. Paper presented at IEEE PES MixGenera Conference 2011, Madrid, Spain.
Hernando-Gil, Ignacio ; Ilie, Irinel-Sorin ; Collin, Adam J. ; Acosta, Jorge L. ; Hayes, Barry P. ; Djokic, Sasa Z. / Coordinated control of micro-generation and demand-side management in smart grids. Paper presented at IEEE PES MixGenera Conference 2011, Madrid, Spain.4 p.
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