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Controlling smart grid adaptivity

Hermen A. Toersche; Stefan Nykamp; Albert Molderink; Johann L. Hurink; Gerard J. M. Smit;
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  • Published: 16 Oct 2012
  • Country: Netherlands
Methods are discussed for planning oriented smart grid control to cope with scenarios with limited predictability, supporting an increasing penetration of stochastic renewable resources. The performance of these methods is evaluated with simulations using measured wind generation and consumption data. Forecast errors are shown to affect worst case behavior in particular, the severity of which depends on the chosen adaptivity strategy and error model.
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free text keywords: Wind Energy, Energy management, Linear Programming, IR-84277, EWI-22713, METIS-296175, Smart Grids, Smart grid, Reliability engineering, Renewable energy, business.industry, business, Predictability, Renewable resource, Wind power, Stochastic process, Control engineering, Engineering
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