Active-Reactive Optimal Power Flow in Distribution Networks With Embedded Generation and Battery Storage

  title={Active-Reactive Optimal Power Flow in Distribution Networks With Embedded Generation and Battery Storage},
  author={Aouss Gabash and Pu Li},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
Due to environmental and fuel cost concerns more and more wind- and solar-based generation units are embedded in distribution networks (DNs). However, a part of such an embedded generation would be curtailed due to system constraints and variations of the energy penetration. This part of energy can be recovered by introducing energy storage systems (ESSs) and an optimal dispatch of both active and reactive powers. Therefore, we propose a combined problem formulation for active-reactive optimal… CONTINUE READING
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