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River Publishers Series in Energy Management 

Advanced Control and Optimization Paradigms for Energy System Operation and Management Forthcoming

Editors:
Kirti Pal, School of Engineering, Gautam Budhha University, Greater Noida, (U.P.), India
Saurabh Mani Tripathi, Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology, Sultanpur, (U.P.), India
Shruti Pandey, Krishna Institute of Engineering & Technology, Ghaziabad, (U.P.), India

ISBN: 9788770226684
e-ISBN: 9788770226677

Price: € 110.00

Available: June 2022

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Description:

Distributed energy technologies are gaining popularity nowadays; however, due to the highly intermittent characteristics of distributed energy resources, a larger penetration of these resources into the distribution grid network becomes of major concern. The main issue is to cope with the intermittent nature of the renewable sources alongside the requirements for power quality and system stability. Unlike traditional power systems, the control and optimization of complex energy systems comprising of wind, solar, thermal, and energy storage becomes difficult in many aspects, such as modelling, integration, operation, coordination and planning etc. This means that energy conversion as per the standards imposed by the energy market is unachievable without adequate control, management, and optimization.

This edited book serves as a resource for the engineers, scientists and professionals working on distributed energy systems. The book is an extensive collection of state-of-the-art studies on advanced control paradigms for complex energy systems, with emphasis on the optimization and management of the high penetration of distributed energy resources into power distribution networks. Readers will find the book inspiring and useful whilst carrying out their own research in distributed energy systems.

Key features

  • An extensive collection of state-of-the-art studies on advanced control paradigms for complex energy systems.
  • Emphasis on the optimization and management of high penetration of distributed energy resources into power/energy distribution networks.
  • Serves as a valuable resource for engineers, scientists, academicians, experienced professionals, and research scholars who are working in management of energy systems.


Keywords:

Advanced distribution grid energy management; Demand side energy management; Distributed energy resources management system; Distributed generation; Extension planning of distribution network; Planning and operation of renewable energy resources; Renewable energy integration