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Optimal Configuration and Scheduling Model of a Multi-Park Integrated Energy System Based on Sustainable Development


To maximize the utilization of renewable energy (RE) as much as possible in cold areas while reducing traditional energy use and carbon dioxide emissions, a three-layer configuration optimization and scheduling model considering a multi-park integrated energy system (MPIES), a shared energy storage power station (SESPS), and a hydrogen refueling station (HRS) cooperation based on the Wasserstein generative adversarial networks, the simultaneous backward reduction technique, and the Quantity-Contour (WGAN-SBR_QC) method is proposed. Firstly, the WGAN-SBR_QC method is used to generate typical scenarios of RE output. Secondly, a three-layer configuration and schedule optimization model is constructed using MPIES, SESPS, and HRS. Finally, the model’s validity is investigated by selecting a multi-park in Eastern Mongolia. The results show that: (1) the typical scenario of RE output improved the overall robustness of the system. (2) The profits of the MPIES and HRS increased by 1.84% and 52.68%, respectively, and the SESPS profit increased considerably. (3) The proposed approach increased RE utilization to 99.47% while reducing carbon emissions by 32.67%. Thus, this model is a reference for complex energy system configuration and scheduling, as well as a means of encouraging RE use.

Funding source: This project was supported by the Beijing Natural Science Foundation (9202017), the Natural Science Foundation of China (72071076), and the National Office for Philosophy and Social Sciences (19AGL027).
Related subjects: Applications & Pathways

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