Among the different renewable sources the "green" energy coming from wind or solar farms is often injected into the grid when it is not expected or there is no demand. The integration of photovoltaic and wind energy into the grid entails the need to provide proper solutions to a wide range of problems not entirely new to the network but still more critical. At the very heart of the INGRID European project, an ICT-based Energy Management System is being designed as the core of a self-adaptive & autonomic system in charge of dispatching the green energy among the smart grid, a hydrogen-based green-energy storage and an innovative urban mobility system.

An ICT-based Energy Management System to Integrate Renewable Energy and Storage for Grid Balancing

D'ERRICO, FABRIZIO;
2013

Abstract

Among the different renewable sources the "green" energy coming from wind or solar farms is often injected into the grid when it is not expected or there is no demand. The integration of photovoltaic and wind energy into the grid entails the need to provide proper solutions to a wide range of problems not entirely new to the network but still more critical. At the very heart of the INGRID European project, an ICT-based Energy Management System is being designed as the core of a self-adaptive & autonomic system in charge of dispatching the green energy among the smart grid, a hydrogen-based green-energy storage and an innovative urban mobility system.
Proceedings of the fourth international conference on Future energy systems
978-1-4503-2052-8
Energy Management Systems; Energy Storage; Electric Grid balancing; Renewable Sources integration
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