A Novel Integrated Real-time Simulation Platform for Assessing Photovoltaic Penetration Impacts in Smart Grids
Bottaccioli, L, Estebsari, A, Patti, E, Pons, E and Acquaviva, A (2017). A Novel Integrated Real-time Simulation Platform for Assessing Photovoltaic Penetration Impacts in Smart Grids. Energy Procedia. 111, pp. 780-789.
|Authors||Bottaccioli, L, Estebsari, A, Patti, E, Pons, E and Acquaviva, A|
© 2017 The Authors.
For future planning and development of smart grids, it is important to evaluate the impacts of PV distributed generation, especially in densely populated urban areas. In this paper we present an integrated platform, constituted by two main components: a PV simulator and a real-time distribution network simulator. The first simulates real-sky solar radiation of rooftops and estimates the PV energy production; the second simulates the behaviour of the network when generation and consumption are provided at the different buses. The platform is tested on a case study based on real data for a district of the city of Turin, Italy.
|Keywords||Distributed Infrastructure; GIS; Real-Time simulation; PV penetration; PV system; Smart Grid|
|Journal citation||111, pp. 780-789|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2017.03.240|
|01 Mar 2017|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||01 Feb 2017|
|Deposited||13 May 2020|
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