Value of thermostatic loads in future low-carbon Great Britain system

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Title: Value of thermostatic loads in future low-carbon Great Britain system
Authors: Trovato, V
Teng, F
Strbac, G
Item Type: Conference Paper
Abstract: This paper quantifies the value of a large population of heterogeneous thermostatically controlled loads (TCLs). The TCL dynamics are regulated by means of an advanced demand side response model (DSRM). It optimally determines the flexible energy/power consumption and simultaneously allocates multiple ancillary services. This model explicitly incorporates the control of dynamics of the TCL recovery pattern after the provision of the selected services. The proposed framework is integrated in a mixed integer linear programming formulation for a multi-stage stochastic unit commitment. The scheduling routine considers inertia-dependent frequency response requirements to deal with the drastic reduction of system inertia under future low-carbon scenarios. Case studies focus on the system operation cost and CO2 emissions reductions for individual TCLs for a) different future network scenarios, b) different frequency requirements, c) changes of TCL parameters (e.g. coefficient of performance, thermal insulation etc.).
Issue Date: 11-Aug-2016
Date of Acceptance: 20-Jun-2016
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/42809
DOI: 10.1109/PSCC.2016.7540879
Publisher: IEEE
Journal / Book Title: 2016 Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC)
Conference Name: 19th Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC)
Keywords: Science & Technology
Technology
Energy & Fuels
Engineering, Electrical & Electronic
Engineering
Load management
Stochastic unit commitment
Power system economics
Frequency response
Renewable energy sources
DYNAMIC DEMAND
FREQUENCY
Publication Status: Published
Start Date: 2016-06-20
Finish Date: 2016-06-24
Conference Place: Genova, ITALY
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Engineering
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Centre for Environmental Policy
Faculty of Natural Sciences



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