The Scheduling Methods of Wind Generator Production, and Use of Storage Technologies to Avoid Penalty Tariffs

Hartmann, Bálint [Hartmann, Bálint (Villamos energetika), author] Department of Electric Power Engineering (BUTE / FEEI); Csetvei, Zsuzsa; Dán, András [Dán, András (Villamosmérnöki, ...), author] Department of Electric Power Engineering (BUTE / FEEI)

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    This paper examines two aspects of wind power generation; the forecasting methods of wind farms and the use of storage technologies to control power injection. This general overview also introduces the Hungarian regulations in connection with distributed generation and renewable energy sources. The first part of the paper focuses on forecasting methods. The Energy Office ordered all energy producers to present schedules for their production. Every time the generation level exceeds the ±30% value compared to the schedule, a penalty tariff must be paid. The aim of this paper is to introduce some widely used scheduling techniques. The second part investigates a possible solution for minimizing penalties among wind generators, by the use of a storage unit. Storage capacity depends on the power of the generator and the penalty tariffs. We also investigate what prices the system operator can enforce to encourage producers to use a storage unit.
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    2021-10-26 02:29