Demand-side energy storage system management in smart grid
Chiu, W.-Y.; Sun, Hongjian; Poor, H.V.
Professor Hongjian Sun email@example.com
An economical way to manage demand-side energy storage systems in the smart grid is proposed by using an H∞ design. The proposed design can adjust the stored energy state economically according to the price signal, while tolerating a certain degree of system uncertainty and having physical constraints on the stored energy level satisfied. Roughly speaking, batteries in the proposed design are charged during a low-price period while being discharged during a high-price period for cost control. Simulations show that the proposed energy storage system can meet the real-time power demand and save money in the long term in contrast to energy storage systems using constant-state schemes.
Chiu, W., Sun, H., & Poor, H. (2012). Demand-side energy storage system management in smart grid. In Smart grid communications (SmartGridComm), 2012 IEEE third International conference on (73-78). https://doi.org/10.1109/smartgridcomm.2012.6485962
|Conference Name||Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm), 2012 IEEE Third International Conference on|
|Conference Location||Tainan, Taiwan|
|Publication Date||Nov 8, 2012|
|Deposit Date||Apr 16, 2013|
|Publicly Available Date||Feb 7, 2014|
|Publisher||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers|
|Series Title||Durham Energy Institute|
|Book Title||Smart grid communications (SmartGridComm), 2012 IEEE third International conference on.|
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