A coordinated control of offshore wind power and bess to provide power system flexibility
|Author/s||Acosta M. N.
González - Longatt, F.
Roldán Fernández, Juan Manuel
Burgos Payán, Manuel
|Department||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Ingeniería Eléctrica|
|Abstract||The massive integration of variable renewable energy (VRE) in modern power systems is imposing several challenges; one of them is the increased need for balancing services. Coping with the high variability of the future ...
The massive integration of variable renewable energy (VRE) in modern power systems is imposing several challenges; one of them is the increased need for balancing services. Coping with the high variability of the future generation mix with incredible high shares of VER, the power system requires developing and enabling sources of flexibility. This paper proposes and demonstrates a single layer control system for coordinating the steady‐state operation of battery energy storage system (BESS) and wind power plants via multi‐terminal high voltage direct current (HVDC). The proposed coordinated controller is a single layer controller on the top of the power converter‐based technologies. Specifically, the coordinated controller uses the capabilities of the distributed battery energy storage systems (BESS) to store electricity when a logic function is fulfilled. The proposed approach has been implemented considering a control logic based on the power flow in the DC undersea cables and coordinated to charging distributed‐BESS assets. The implemented coordinated controller has been tested using numerical simulations in a modified version of the classical IEEE 14‐bus test system, including tree‐HVDC converter stations. A 24‐h (1‐min resolution) quasi-dynamic simulation was used to demonstrate the suitability of the proposed coordinated control. The controller demonstrated the capacity of fulfilling the defined control logic. Finally, the instan-taneous flexibility power was calculated, demonstrating the suitability of the proposed coordinated controller to provide flexibility and decreased requirements for balancing power.
|Citation||Acosta M. N., , González - Longatt, F., Roldán Fernández, J.M. y Burgos Payán, M. (2021). A coordinated control of offshore wind power and bess to provide power system flexibility. Energies, 14 (15), Article number 4650.|
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