Management and evaluation of the advanced adiabatic CAES integrated in the power system considering the contribution to system service

Management and evaluation of the advanced adiabatic CAES integrated in the power system considering the contribution to system service

Minh-Thang Do Asma Merdassi Benoît Robyns

Laboratoire d’électrotechnique et d’électronique de Puissance (L2EP) Lille, France and Ecole des hautes études d’ingénieur (HEI), Lille, France

Corresponding Author Email: 
thang.do-minh@hei.fr
Page: 
215-241
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.3166/EJEE.18.215-241
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N/A
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Accepted: 
N/A
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Published: 
31 August 2016
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Abstract: 

This paper1 proposes a methodology of real-time supervision which allows maximizing ancillary services and contributing to the profitability of the Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES). A real-time multi-objectives supervisor based on fuzzy logic is developed in order to maximize the economic gain of the storage, taking into account the buy/sell action and ancillary services (imperative and additional) of the storage, such as frequency control, congestion management and covering renewable energy production. The proposed supervisor is tested on the IEEE 14 bus test system. The results of the simulation show a significant economic gain of the storage when participating in ancillary services and in others additional services which need a real-time management.

Keywords: 

adiabatic compressed Air energy storage, ancillary services, transmission network, energy supervision.

1. Introduction
2. Services provided by the storage
3. Supervision strategy
4. Economic value of services
5. Application
6. Conclusions
Acknowledgment

This study received funding from the ANR through the SACRE project whose partners are EDF, Géostock, Laboratories LMS, PROMES and L2EP.

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