With the integration of more microgrids in distribution networks, its optimal autonomous operation becomes more important to reduce its operating cost and its influence on the main grid. This paper proposes a bi-layer multi-time coordination method for optimal generation and reserve schedule and dispatch of a grid-connected microgrid to reduce the impact of uncertainties of renewable sources, loads, and random component failures on power balance, operating costs, and system reliability. The reserve is refined into positive and negative reserves related to power shortage and power surplus. In the days ahead schedule layer, generating units are committed, and relaxed bidirectional reserve boundaries are predicted for the next day. In the real-time dispatch layer, generation output is dynamically adjusted and the reserve is dispatched using a successive approximation based on real-time data. A test microgrid is analyzed to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach.

A bi-layer multi-time coordination method for optimal generation and reserve schedule and dispatch of a grid-connected microgrid / Lei, X.; Huang, T.; Yang, Y.; Fang, Y.; Wang, P.. - In: IEEE ACCESS. - ISSN 2169-3536. - 7:(2019), pp. 44010-44020. [10.1109/ACCESS.2019.2899915]

A bi-layer multi-time coordination method for optimal generation and reserve schedule and dispatch of a grid-connected microgrid

Huang T.;
2019

Abstract

With the integration of more microgrids in distribution networks, its optimal autonomous operation becomes more important to reduce its operating cost and its influence on the main grid. This paper proposes a bi-layer multi-time coordination method for optimal generation and reserve schedule and dispatch of a grid-connected microgrid to reduce the impact of uncertainties of renewable sources, loads, and random component failures on power balance, operating costs, and system reliability. The reserve is refined into positive and negative reserves related to power shortage and power surplus. In the days ahead schedule layer, generating units are committed, and relaxed bidirectional reserve boundaries are predicted for the next day. In the real-time dispatch layer, generation output is dynamically adjusted and the reserve is dispatched using a successive approximation based on real-time data. A test microgrid is analyzed to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
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