Study on the optimization of the day-ahead addition space for large-scale energy storage participation in auxiliary services

  title={Study on the optimization of the day-ahead addition space for large-scale energy storage participation in auxiliary services},
  author={Chen Zhou and Rao Liu and Yu Ba and Haixia Wang and Rongbin Ju and Ming Song and Nan Zou and Weidong Li},
  journal={2021 2nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems},
  • Chen Zhou, Rao Liu, Weidong Li
  • Published 28 May 2021
  • Engineering
  • 2021 2nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems
Energy storage signs bilateral trading plans with new energy power plants according to the monthly forecast of new energy output, and reports adjustable space to the dispatch before the day. As for the large error in the monthly forecast of new energy output, energy storage can make a day-ahead forecast and report additional space according to the difference between it and the monthly forecast, i.e. report additional space, to improve the economic efficiency of energy storage power plants. We… 

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