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Low-Carbon Optimal Scheduling Model for Peak Shaving Resources in Multi-Energy Power Systems Considering Large-Scale Access for Electric Vehicles

Abstract

Aiming at the synergy between a system’s carbon emission reduction demand and the economy of peak shaving operation in the process of optimizing the flexible resource peaking unit portfolio of a multi-energy power system containing large-scale electric vehicles, this paper proposes a low-carbon optimal scheduling model for peak shaving resources in multi-energy power systems considering large-scale access for electric vehicles. Firstly, the charging and discharging characteristics of electric vehicles were studied, and a comprehensive cost model for electric vehicles, heat storage, and hydrogen storage was established. At the same time, the carbon emission characteristics of multienergy power systems and their emission cost models under specific carbon trading mechanisms were established. Secondly, the change characteristics of the system’s carbon emissions were studied, and a carbon emission cost model of multi-energy power was established considering the carbon emission reduction demand of the system. Then, taking the carbon emission of the system and the peak regulating operation costs of traditional units, energy storage, and new energy unit as optimization objectives, the multi-energy power system peak regulation multi-objective optimization scheduling model was established, and NSGA-II was used to solve the scheduling model. Finally, based on a regional power grid data in Northeast China, the improved IEEE 30 node multi-energy power system peak shaving simulation model was built, and the simulation analysis verified the feasibility of the optimal scheduling model proposed in this paper.

Funding source: This research was funded by the National Key Research and Development Program of China (No. 2017YFB0902100).
Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
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2023-05-17
2024-05-30
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