A Consideration of the Wind Power Benefits in Day-Ahead Scheduling of Wind-Coal Intensive Power Systems

@article{Wang2013ACO,
  title={A Consideration of the Wind Power Benefits in Day-Ahead Scheduling of Wind-Coal Intensive Power Systems},
  author={Caixia Wang and Zongxiang Lu and Ying Qiao},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={236-245}
}
This paper studies day-ahead unit commitment in wind-coal intensive power systems. Due to their long start up time, high start up cost, and high minimum stable output, coal-fired generators do not provide a favorable environment for accommodating variable wind generation. The reduced efficiencies resulting from the coal-fired generation side as measured in increased fuel consumption and CO2 emissions can greatly undermine the wind power benefits to the system if wind generation and coal-fired… CONTINUE READING
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