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Electrical energy storage systems and electric vehicles for provision of fast frequency response

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posted on 2021-07-29, 09:48 authored by Francisco Sanchez
The last years have seen a swift increase in the proportion of connected renewable energy sources (RESs) in modern power systems to lessen unsafe levels of CO2 in the atmosphere and cut fossil fuels dependence. Despite the environmental gains of a decarbonised power system, a higher proportion of RESs could affect the grid's safe operation in at least two ways, i.e.reduce the amount of rotational inertia and increase the uncertainty of the energy balance. As RESs typically lack storage capabilities and are connected to the grid through power electronic converters (PECs), they are decoupled from the mass of synchronously rotating generators that provide inertia and counteract frequency changes, leading to quicker frequency dynamics. Furthermore, the intermittent nature of wind and solar PV makes energy balance requirements less predictable. [Continues.]

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School

  • Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

Publisher

Loughborough University

Rights holder

© Francisco Javier Sánchez Gorostiza

Publication date

2021

Notes

A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy of Loughborough University.

Language

  • en

Supervisor(s)

Francisco Gonzalez-Longatt

Qualification name

  • PhD

Qualification level

  • Doctoral

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