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Title: MicroGrid Energy Balance Management for Emergency Operation
Authors: José Miguel Gouveia
Clara Sofia Gouveia
Ricardo Jorge Bessa
André Guimarães Madureira
Rui Barbosa Pinto
Carlos Moreira
João Peças Lopes
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: A distinctive characteristic of a Microgrid (MG) system is related to the ability of operating autonomously. However, the stability of the system relies in storage and generation availability, providing frequency and voltage regulation. Considering the deployment of distributed storage units in the Low Voltage network and of smart metering infrastructures, this paper presents an online tool for promoting an effective coordination of MG flexible resources in order ensure a secure autonomous operation and maximize the time that the MG is able to operate islanded from the main grid. The tool determines a priori an emergency operation plan for the next hours, based on load and microgeneration forecasting. The limited energy capacity of the distributed storage units participating in MG control is also considered.
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