Accounting for flexibility in power system planning with renewables

@inproceedings{Belderbos2015AccountingFF,
  title={Accounting for flexibility in power system planning with renewables},
  author={Andreas Belderbos and Erik Delarue},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Due to the increasing deployment of intermittent renewables, the residual load profile, as seen by the dispatchable generation units, becomes lower and more volatile. This paper introduces a new system planning model on a power plant resolution, taking into account technical operational constraints. The objective of this model is to determine the optimal set of generation units, able to serve a given demand. Two initial solutions are obtained; one from a classical screening curve model… CONTINUE READING

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