The rapid growth of distributed energy resources exploitation can cause voltage violations and overloading on distribution grids due to the uncontrolled and unprogrammable power injections associated with dispersed generators. To overcome these issues, distributed system operators have to evaluate the maximum generation that can be hosted by distribution grids without violating the technical constraints and find the ways to increase it. In this paper, different methodologies for hosting capacity evaluation are reviewed, and a novel model to determine the hosting capacity considering grid parameters uncertainties and multi-generator connection is proposed.

Hosting Capacity Analysis: A Review and a New Evaluation Method in Case of Parameters Uncertainty and Multi-Generator

Falabretti, Davide;Ilea, Valentin;Merlo, Marco
2018

Abstract

The rapid growth of distributed energy resources exploitation can cause voltage violations and overloading on distribution grids due to the uncontrolled and unprogrammable power injections associated with dispersed generators. To overcome these issues, distributed system operators have to evaluate the maximum generation that can be hosted by distribution grids without violating the technical constraints and find the ways to increase it. In this paper, different methodologies for hosting capacity evaluation are reviewed, and a novel model to determine the hosting capacity considering grid parameters uncertainties and multi-generator connection is proposed.
Proceedings - 2018 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2018 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe, EEEIC/I and CPS Europe 2018
9781538651858
bricks approach; dispersed generation; hosting capacity; hosting capacity increasing; multi-generator; Energy Engineering and Power Technology; Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Hardware and Architecture
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