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Impact Assessment of Vehicle-to-grid Technology in LFC of Multi-area Solar-thermal Power System

  title={Impact Assessment of Vehicle-to-grid Technology in LFC of Multi-area Solar-thermal Power System},
  author={Pushpa Gaur and Nirmala Soren and Debashish Bhowmik},
  journal={International Journal of Renewable Energy Research},
This paper presents a load frequency control scheme with the integration of Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) which can enhance the system dynamics under load fluctuations. For this, a detailed multi-area multi-source system is designed with a solar-thermal and a thermal unit in Area1, a gas and thermal unit along with an electric vehicle (EV) fleet in Area2, and two thermal units and an EV fleet in Area3. The thermal units are single reheat turbine type, and appropriate generation rate constraints are… 

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