The article aims to develop an optimisation model for power sector development and propose the desired direction of using energy storage technologies in the analysed period to distribution system operators (DSO) to develop renewable energy on a regional and local scale. The article presents the results of research on various types of energy storage technologies that can be used in the distribution system, such as a reservoir with EDLC (Electric Double-Layer Capacitors) supercapacitors, a reservoir with LIC (Lithium-Ion Capacitor) supercapacitors, a reservoir with LFP (Lithium Ferro) batteries. Phosphate LiFe PO4), a container with LTO (Lithium Titanate Oxide) batteries and a container with VRLA (Valve Regulated Lead Acid) batteries. It should be emphasised that due to the continuously more frequent problems with increased fluctuations in active power in distribution networks, the proposed model for optimising the use of electricity is an important approach to the rationalisation of actions and decisions made by distribution network operators (DSO). The research undertaken contributes to the development of knowledge concerning low carbon energy transition, as well as the energy storage subsystem.
|Data udostępnienia||14 paź 2022, 15:33:24|
|Data mod.||14 paź 2022, 15:33:24|