Optimization in Renewable Energy Systems: Recent Perspectives covers all major areas where optimization techniques have been applied to reduce uncertainty or improve results in renewable energy systems (RES).
Production of power with RES is highly variable and unpredictable, leading to the need for optimization-based planning and operation in order to maximize economies while sustaining performance.
This self-contained book begins with an introduction to optimization, then covers a wide range of applications in both large and small scale operations, including optimum operation of electric power systems with large penetration of RES, power forecasting, transmission system planning, and DG sizing and siting for distribution and end-user premises.
This book is an excellent choice for energy engineers, researchers, system operators, system regulators, and graduate students.
- Provides chapters written by experts in the field
- Goes beyond forecasting to apply optimization techniques to a wide variety of renewable energy system issues, from large scale to relatively small scale systems
- Provides accompanying computer code for related chapters
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction To Renewable Energy Systems
Chapter 2 Introduction To Optimization
Chapter 3 Optimal Procurement Of Contingency And Load Following Reserves By Demand Side Resources Under Wind-Power Generation Uncer...
Chapter 4 Optimum Bidding Of Renewable Energy System Owners In Electricity Markets
Chapter 5 Impacts Of Accurate Renewable Power Forecasting On Optimum Operation Of Power System
Chapter 6 Optimum Transmission System Expansion Offshore Considering Renewable Energy Sources
Chapter 7 Optimum Sizing And Siting Of Renewable-Energy-Based Dg Units In Distribution Systems
Chapter 8 Optimum Design Of Small-Scale Stand-Alone Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems