(Lecture, Mar 21) Market Based Congestion Management for Active Distribution Network
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Title: Market Based Congestion Management for Active Distribution Network
Speaker: Wu Qiuwei (Associate Professor, Technical University of Denmark)
Time: Tuesday, March 20, 2017, 09:30
Venue: Classroom 340204, Wushan Campus
[Report Summary]
Environmental concerns and the quest for energy supply independence have resulted in increasing penetration of renewable energy sources (RES) and a move toward electrification of transportation and heating. Consequently, distributed energy resources (DERs) such as distributed generation, electric vehicles (EVs), heat pumps (HPs) and energy storage systems will play an important role in the future power systems and distribution networks. In order to ensure a secure and cost efficient solution with large scale integration of DERs, it is important to integrate the DERs into the planning, operation and control of distribution networks. The talk will cover the concept, architecture and key technologies of active distribution network, specially focused on the market based solution to alleviate congestions in distribution networks.

Announced by School of Electric Power