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An Optimized Load Frequency Control of a Decentralized Energy System Using Plug-in Electric Vehicles

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An Optimized Load Frequency Control of a Decentralized Energy System Using Plug-in Electric Vehicles

Presenter: Ali Ameli (Universität Paderborn, Germany)

Overview

A micro-grid is a decentralized energy system consisting of distributed energy resources and energy storage systems which can operate either interconnected to the main grid or isolated mode. Diesel generators are one of the common energy resources in micro-grids that are also applied for control purposes by the system operators. With the inevitable increase of electric vehicles in the near future, it is of great importance to investigate the electric vehicles available capabilities for an optimized and more effective operation of a power network. The simulation results in this paper show that the electric vehicles can efficiently replace the diesel generators in case of availability for control objectives especially load frequency control of a micro-grid, which leads to a better controlling performance and less fuel consumption, CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions[1].

References

  1. An Optimized Load Frequency Control of a Decentralized Energy System Using Plug-in Electric Vehicles. Ali Ameli, Hossein Ameli, Stefan Krauter and Rolf Hanitsch