Special Session 2

Special Session 2 Resilient Planning and operation of Multiple Energy Systems
Organizers Professor Fushuan Wen, Zhejiang University, China
Date and Time  24 May 2018, 10.30 am – 12.00 pm
Location  MR309
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In recent years, the increasing penetration level of renewable generation, combined heat and power (CHP) technology, and power to gas (P2G) devices in power systems is leading to significant changes in energy production and consumption patterns. As a result, the integrated planning and optimal operation of a multiple energy system (MES) have aroused widespread concern for reasonable utilization of multiple energy resources and efficient accommodation of renewable energy sources. On the other hand, natural disasters and man-made attacks to actual power systems have imposed new challenges for enhancing the resilience.

Given the above background, this special session aims at addressing the challenges in resilient planning and operation of a MES to enhance the resilience, economics, efficiency, reliability and security of the whole network. We invite original submissions focusing on the theoretical, methodological and computational aspects of a MES to explore ways to strength power systems to withstand or recover from a wide range of natural disasters and man-made attacks.

The topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

  • Extreme event and resilience modeling.

  • Optimal planning of a resilient multiple energy system.

  • Optimal dispatching and scheduling of a resilient multiple energy system.

  • Impacts of cyber and physical security on the coordinated operation of a coordinated multiple energy system.

  • Resilient control design for cyber-physical systems with applications to a multiple energy system.

  • Restoration of a multiple energy system under extreme events.

  • Intending islanding of a multiple energy system.

  • Coordinated market operations of a multiple energy system.

  • Integration of variable renewable energy and P2G devices with a coordinated multiple energy system.

  • Impacts of uncertainties on the coordinated planning and operation of a multiple energy system.

  • Demand side management in a multiple energy system.

  • Application of big data technology in a multiple energy system.

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