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Title: A Multistage Distribution-Generation Planning Model for Clean Power Generation under Multiple UncertaintiesA Case Study of Urumqi, China
Authors: Wang, S
Huang, G
Fan, Y
Keywords: Science & Technology;Life Sciences & Biomedicine;Green & Sustainable Science & Technology;Environmental Sciences;Environmental Studies;Science & Technology - Other Topics;Environmental Sciences & Ecology;distributed generation;power system modeling;renewable energy;optimization;uncertainty;PROGRAMMING APPROACH;STOCHASTIC-SYSTEMS;ENERGY MANAGEMENT;PLANT;CONTROLLER;SIMULATION;EVACUATION;PLACEMENT;EMISSIONS;FRAMEWORK
Issue Date: 12-Sep-2018
Publisher: MDPI
Citation: SUSTAINABILITY, 2018, 10 (9), pp. ? - ? (30)
Abstract: In this research, a multistagedistribution-generation planning (MDGP) model is developed for clean power generation in the regional distributed generation (DG) power system under multiple uncertainties. The developed model has been applied for sustainable energy system management at Urumqi, China. Various scenarios are designed to reflect variations indemand modes of districts, seasonal limits, potentials of energy replacement, and clean power generation. The model can provide an effective linkage between economic cost and stability of DG power systems. Different power generation schemes would be obtained under different seasonal scenarios and system-failure risk levels. On the other hand, net system costs would be obtained and analyzed. The results indicate that the traditional power generation can be replaced by renewable energy power in DG power systems to satisfy the environmental requestsofthe city of Urumqi. The obtained solutions can help decision-makers get feasible decision alternatives to improve clean power planning in the Urumqi area under various uncertainties
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/18206
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su10093263
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