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Author(s): J. Peças Lopes
Manuel A. Matos
Pedro Cabral
Marco Ferreira
Nuno Martins
Carlos Artaiz
Fernando Soto
Ruben Lopez
Mauro Rosa
Ricardo Ferreira
Armando M. Leite da Silva
Warlley Sales
Leónidas Resende
Luiz Manso
Title: Dealing with intermittent generation in the long-term evaluation of system adequacy and operational reserve requirements in the Iberian peninsula
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: Even in a liberalized environment, managing the security of supply associated to the generating system continues to be a major task of the System Operators. The increased use of renewable energy, in particular wind power, adds new challenges to the process, namely in countries like Portugal and Spain, where strong investments in wind power have been done and are foreseen for the next years. In order to tackle this issue, REN (the Portuguese TSO), REE (the Spanish TSO) and INESC Porto (a RandD institute) joined together to develop a project where Monte Carlo simulation is used to evaluate the risk associated with specific future configurations of the generating system, until the horizon of 2025, in the framework of medium and long term generation planning of MIBEL (the Iberian electricity market). Probabilistic simulation was chosen because deterministic approaches to this problem, although simple to understand and easy to implement, are unable to tackle the complex relations between different uncertain variables. In this project, simulation is organized chronologically, in order to preserve the relations between load and the different variables associated to generation and produce meaningful risk indices of generation adequacy. A new feature is the analysis of the operational reserve, through a process that estimates, in each simulated state, the unforeseen change in load and wind generation. These unexpected changes are then compared with the total available operational reserve, defined by the secondary reserve plus the tertiary reserve units with lead time up to one hour. It is important to point out that the proposed simulation is a tool that is able to quantify the adequacy of different reserve requirements, solutions for reserve enhancement, etc. , in order to support the decision making process. This paper describes the concepts and assumptions of the simulation model and presents results and conclusions of some of the case studies carried out in the project.
Subject: Engenharia electrotécnica, electrónica e informática
Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information engineering
Call Number: 59450
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10216/92190
Source: 42nd International Conference on Large High Voltage Electric Systems 2008, CIGRE 2008
Document Type: Artigo em Livro de Atas de Conferência Internacional
Rights: restrictedAccess
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