Energy management of renewable energy sources incorporating with energy storage device

Ehab Issa El-sayed, Mohamed Mohamed Al-Gazzar, Mohammed Shehata Seif, Ahmed Mohamed Attia Soliman

Abstract


The best solution to exploit renewable energy sources (RES) together is by using the application of microgrid (MG). This indeterminate of resources such as solar panels, wind farm, diesel generator, and battery storage system paired with load profile result in random changes within the generation and the load phases, which create it is challenging to properly manage an MG. Due to this problem energy management technique for real-time scheduling of an MG takes into consideration the uncertainty of load demand, renewable energy, and electricity price are proposed. In this paper, linear programming with two methods (optimized problem and solver based) of dual-simplex are suggested to tackle the energy management issue of the renewable microgrid. The simulation is done in each method using four cases fast wind speed with clear solar irradiance, fast wind speed with cloudy solar irradiance, slow wind speed with clear solar radiation, and slow wind speed with clear solar irradiance. The result showed that the first and second cases in the first method are higher cost than the two corresponding cases in the second method. In addition, the third and fourth cases in the first method are lower cost than the two corresponding cases in the second method.

Keywords


Dual-simplex; Energy management; Linear programming; Microgrid; Renewable energy sources

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijpeds.v13.i2.pp%25p

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