The impact of non-scheduled Renewable Energy Sources on distribution networks and the forecasted deployment of Electric Vehicles can lead up to severe power quality stress (i.e. peak demand), in the next future. In order to alleviate these problems, IPP can offer a peak shaving ancillary service to DNOs by means of Energy Storage Systems (ESSs) integration, which represents a technological promising solution. Here, we analyze the sizing of ESSs, installed at the DG connection bus, by Monte Carlo simulations and assess the solutions for a real Italian MV network taking into account several proposed indices related to the ESS cost and size. © 2014 IEEE.

Impact assessment of energy storage and electric vehicles on smart grids

Graditi, G.
2014

Abstract

The impact of non-scheduled Renewable Energy Sources on distribution networks and the forecasted deployment of Electric Vehicles can lead up to severe power quality stress (i.e. peak demand), in the next future. In order to alleviate these problems, IPP can offer a peak shaving ancillary service to DNOs by means of Energy Storage Systems (ESSs) integration, which represents a technological promising solution. Here, we analyze the sizing of ESSs, installed at the DG connection bus, by Monte Carlo simulations and assess the solutions for a real Italian MV network taking into account several proposed indices related to the ESS cost and size. © 2014 IEEE.
9781479950201
Energy Storage Systems;Electric Vehicle;Renewable Energy Sources;Smart Grid;Ancillary Services
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