Research on unit commitment optimization of high permeability wind power generation and P2G

Shaoyun Ge, Xiaoou Liu, Hong Liu, Chenghong Gu, Lukun Ge

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As an important form of future energy utilization, the operation of combined electricity-gas energy systems is also threatened by high-level penetration intermittent renewable energy. The application of power to gas (P2G) technology has deepened the coupling between the concerned power system and the natural gas system, and hence, bidirectional energy flow between the power system and the natural gas system can be implemented. P2G technology provides an alternative solution for the optimal operation of the combined electricity-gas energy systems to accommodate intermittent renewable energy, particularly, wind power. In this new environment, the unit commitment optimization of high permeability wind power and P2G is addressed, where the objective is to minimize the total operating cost of combined electricity-gas energy systems. First, the P2G technology and the application and supportive policies are introduced. Second, considering the characteristics of P2G devices and the combined system, a two-level economic dispatch model of the combined system with security constraints is proposed. Third, based on the Karush Kuhn Tucker optimality condition, the two-level optimization model is transformed into a mixed integer linear programming. Finally, the case study shows that the proposed unit commitment model is effective and accurate in optimizing the combined energy systems with high penetration level wind power.

Original languageEnglish
Article number034702
Number of pages22
JournalJournal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy
Volume10
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2018

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Wind power
Power generation
Electricity
Gases
Natural gas
Operating costs
Linear programming
Energy utilization
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Research on unit commitment optimization of high permeability wind power generation and P2G. / Ge, Shaoyun; Liu, Xiaoou; Liu, Hong; Gu, Chenghong; Ge, Lukun.

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