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Multi-Time Scale Optimal Scheduling Model of Wind and Hydrogen Integrated Energy System Based on Carbon Trading

Abstract

In the context of carbon trading, energy conservation and emissions reduction are the development directions of integrated energy systems. In order to meet the development requirements of energy conservation and emissions reduction in the power grid, considering the different responses of the system in different time periods, a wind-hydrogen integrated multi-time scale energy scheduling model was established to optimize the energy-consumption scheduling problem of the system. As the scheduling model is a multiobjective nonlinear problem, the artificial fish swarm algorithm–shuffled frog leaping algorithm (AFS-SFLA) was used to solve the scheduling model to achieve system optimization. In the experimental test process, the Griewank benchmark function and the Rosenbrock function were selected to test the performance of the proposed AFS-SFL algorithm. In the Griewank environment, compared to the SFLA algorithm, the AFS-SFL algorithm was able to find a feasible solution at an early stage, and tended to converge after 110 iterations. The optimal solution was −4.83. In the test of total electric power deviation results at different time scales, the maximum deviation of early dispatching was 14.58 MW, and the minimum deviation was 0.56 MW. The overall deviation of real-time scheduling was the minimum, and the minimum deviation was 0 and the maximum deviation was 1.89 WM. The integrated energy system adopted real-time scale dispatching, with good system stability and low-energy consumption. Power system dispatching optimization belongs to the objective optimization problem. The artificial fish swarm algorithm and frog algorithm were innovatively combined to solve the dispatching model, which improved the accuracy of power grid dispatching. The research content provides an effective reference for the efficient use of clean and renewable energy.

Funding source: The work was financially supported by the 2022 Open Fund Project of the State Key Laboratory of Power Grid Safety and Energy Conservation (research on the low carbon economy operation model of integrated wind and hydrogen energy systems considering carbon trading, DZB51202201565).
Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
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2023-01-20
2024-02-27
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