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Title: Energy storage management for grid operation purposes
Authors: Santos,RJ
Andre,R
Ricardo Jorge Bessa
Clara Sofia Gouveia
Araujo,A
Guerra,F
Damásio,J
Bravo,G
Sumaili,J
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: The Horizon 2020 Storage ENabled SustaInable energy for BuiLdings and communitiEs (SENSIBLE) project is currently looking at the integration of small-scale storage technologies in buildings and distribution networks. In the demonstration site of the SENSIBLE project, EDP has already installed an experimental storage system supplying a university campus in MV. It was mainly designed to increase service quality to the university by providing backup power in the event of MV grid failure, but it can also control voltage profile and conduct peakshaving. In parallel, small-scale storage is being also installed at the LV level by SENSIBLE. For these new grid assets, the SENSIBLE project is implementing a use case for centralized control approach that guarantees a coordinated operation of MV and LV storage. Furthermore, adding a MV switchgear, the resulting system will be able to isolate from the main grid thus effectively working as a microgrid with MV and LV Storage, PV generation and residential/commercial loads. This paper presents an overview of the technologies and software that will enable new grid support functions from small-scale storage.
URI: http://repositorio.inesctec.pt/handle/123456789/4178
http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/cp.2016.0746
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