Three Representative Island Microgrids in the East China Sea: Key Technologies and Experiences
In recent years, providing green and reliable energy supply to islands has appeared in the strategic plans of many countries. This paper introduces three representative island microgrids that have been built and are operating in the East China Sea. Key technologies of the island microgrids are discussed, including the analysis of island resources and load, selection of energy storage, control strategies, and energy management systems. Through analyzing their operation data for one year, this paper demonstrates the impacts of the three microgrids from the perspectives of technology, economics, and sustainability. Summarizing the experiences and insights gained from their construction and operation, this paper provides references for the future development of island microgrid projects.
B. Zhao et al., "Three Representative Island Microgrids in the East China Sea: Key Technologies and Experiences," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 96, pp. 262-274, Elsevier, Nov 2018.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2018.07.051
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Intelligent Systems Center
Keywords and Phrases
Control strategy; Energy storage; Experimental study; Island microgrid; Renewable energy
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01 Nov 2018