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Smart Grid Control: Opportunities and Research Challenges a Decentralized Stochastic Control Approach

Author : Maryam Khanbaghi

Published in: Smart Grid Control

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

Recent challenges in power system stability and operation are due to the fact that these complex systems have not evolved in a way to deal with new forms of power generation and load types. Although the grid of the twenty-first century known as “Smart Grid” uses technologies such as two-way communication, advanced sensors, computer-based remote control, and automation, it does not adequately consider increased use of renewable energy which is becoming a major component of the power grid. Moreover, the potential for instability caused by increased frequency deviation and energy imbalance due to high penetration of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) places major constraints on their usage. Therefore, finding a solution to improve the stability of power systems with high penetration of Renewable Energy (RE) is a major challenge that needs to be addressed.
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Metadata
Title
Smart Grid Control: Opportunities and Research Challenges a Decentralized Stochastic Control Approach
Author
Maryam Khanbaghi
Copyright Year
2019
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-98310-3_8