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Special Session (SS10): Application of Grid Scale Energy Storage – Stability and Operation

Wednesday, 21 June 2017
09:00 - 10:40

Theatre A

Organiser(s): (Peter) Pingliang Zeng, CEPRI, China

Abstract

It is well recognised that variability, uncertainty and limited inertia capability of renewable energy resources (RES) increase system operation cost and may present a barrier for achieving high penetration levels of renewable energy. In this context, grid scale energy storage (ES) can potentially play an important role in supporting cost effective integration of RES, improving electronified power system.
This organized session will focus on aspects of modelling and control of grid scale energy storage systems, especially in the context of improving system stability, voltage and frequency control and integration of renewable power.

Presentations and Speakers

1. “Feasible region method based integrated heat and electricity dispatch considering building thermal storage” by Hongbin Sun, Tsinghua University, China

2. “Technologies and Applications of Energy Storages in Power Grids- Challenges and Experiences” by Liangzhong Yao, China Electric Power Research Institute, China

3. “Virtual Energy Storage System for Power System Frequency Response” by Jianzhong Wu, Cardiff University, UK

4. “Role of energy storage in supporting cost effective integration of renewable generation” by Goran Strbac, Imperial College London, UK

5. “Storage contribution to frequency response of reduced inertia systems” by Jovica Milanovic, The University of Manchester, UK

6. “Optimal Allocation of Energy Storage System for Fluctuation Mitigation in Active Distribution System” by Souxiang Wang, Tianjin University, China

 

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