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Autors: Kanchev, H. C., Lazarov, V. D., B. François., F. Colas.
Title: Emission Reduction and Economical Optimization of an Urban Microgrid Operation Including Dispatched PV-Based Active Generators
Keywords: Distributed generators, energy efficiency, energy management system, microgrid, optimization, operational planning, smart grid, storage, renewable energy

Abstract: In order to take full advantage of distributed generators, an evolution of the classical power system organization and dispatching is also necessary. An aggregator of a residential urban electrical network is considered by the Distribution System Operator as a stakeholder, which is able to control a cluster of local generators and loads with technical constraints for the connection with the remaining distribution grid and commercial contracts with outer electrical producers. This paper is focused on the design of the Microgrid Central Energy Management System which relies on a 24 day ahead operational planning and an adjustment procedure during the operation. A dynamic programming-based algorithm is derived to solve the Unit Commitment Problem with a multiobjective function in order to reduce the economic cost and CO2 equivalent emissions. The energy management system is implemented and tested by using a hardware-in-the-loop simulation of the urban network. Economic and environmental


    IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, vol. 5, issue 4, pp. 1397, 2014, United States, ISSN 1949-3037

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