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Planning, Control and Operation of Hybrid Power Systems
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Amjad Anvari-Moghaddam, PhD
Associate Professor, Aalborg Universitet, Aalborg, Denmark.
Research Interests: renewable/hybrid power system operations and planning;microgrids and active distribution networks; integrated energy systems and energy hubs for sustainable development; energy system economics and markets; energy systems designs, monitoring and supervisory control; operations research and its applications to energy systems.
About This Topic
Over the past decades, the technology of hybridization has provided great possibilities to use locally available distributed energy resources (both conventional and renewable sources) for supplying electric power in different sectors. This integration of different energy sources in one supply system not only brings higher flexibility in system operation and control, but also increases the reliability of energy supply and provides a cost-effective means to minimize the impact of intermittent resources.
Hybrid Power Systems (HPSs), in general, can include variety of energy sources, energy storage devices, and energy conversion units connected in different configurations such as AC, DC or hybrid AC/DC. Load management options and supervisory control systems are also deemed as supplementary parts of HPSs. However, to optimally shape HPSs and operate them securely, different aspects must be considered from the system design/planning phase to operating level. It also necessitates related regulatory frameworks, strategic incentives and business models for efficient deployment.
This Special Issue will cover these promising and dynamic areas of research and development, and will allow gathering of contributions in design, control, operation and optimization of grid-connected and off-grid HPSs. This Special Issue also seeks papers to report advances in any aspect of these developments. The manuscripts should be unpublished and report significant advancement.
• Dispatch models of HPS
• Integration of renewables into HPS
• HPS resilience and reliability
• Energy auditing and management in HPS
• Operation management and control of HPS
• Wide-area control and protection of HPS
• Multi-energy HPS
• Integration and control of energy storage systems in HPS
• Demand-side control in HPS
• Market structures for energy and ancillary services in HPS
• ICT/IOT/Energy internet for HPS
• Flexibility services in HPS
• Grid codes for HPS operation, control and protection
• Micro- and nano-energy systems and technologies
• Design and development of sustainable HPS
• Offshore/Shipboard HPS
• Grid-connected community HPS
• Multi-stakeholder HPS
• Energy conversion, conservation and management in HPS
• Low-carbon technologies in HPS
• Energy planning and management
• Distributed energy solutions
• Advanced power electronic technologies and front-ends for HPS
• Energy hubs and multi-carrier energy systems/energy islands
• Real-world applications of HPS
Received: 18 April 2022; Published: 26 June 2022; doi: 10.21926/jept.2202022
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