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Integration of wind power using V2G as a flexible storage

Hassan, Asghar, Marmaras, Charalampos, Xydas, Erotokritos, Cipcigan, Liana Mirela and Jenkins, Nicholas 2013. Integration of wind power using V2G as a flexible storage. Presented at: IET Conference on Power in Unity: a Whole System Approach, London, UK, 16-17 October 2013. Proceedings: IET Conference on Power in Unity: a Whole System Approach. Stevenage: IET, 1.11. 10.1049/ic.2013.0123

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Abstract

Wind power is anticipated to be the dominant Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in the UK by the year 2020. It is estimated that, there will be 41 GW of operational offshore wind in the UK beyond the 2020s. This wind penetration would likely increase the excess of electricity production. In this paper the Great Britain (GB) energy system was modelled at the national level for a range of wind power penetration and three different transport scenarios; vehicles with Internal Combustion engines (IC), Electric Vehicles (EVs) without Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) capability, and EVs with V2G capability. Two additional scenarios for the electricity sector; CHP and non-CHP were also included in the model. A scaled down system was also modelled as a Virtual Power Plant (VPP) that aggregates several microgenerators, loads and flexible storage capacities. The first model is studied in terms of Critical Excess Electricity Production (CEEP) and CO2 emissions, and the value of using EVs as flexible storage is illustrated with different levels of wind power integration. In the second study case, the necessary electricity imports for the VPP in all transport scenarios are evaluated. Adding V2G capability in EVs can provide a flexible energy storage mechanism that reduces the necessary electricity imports, and increases the autonomy of such systems, even at low wind power penetration levels.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Engineering
Subjects: T Technology > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering
Publisher: IET
ISBN: 9781849197922
Funders: EPSRC, Government of Nigeria
Last Modified: 12 Jun 2019 02:57
URI: http://orca-mwe.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/58322

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