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Low-carbon Economy Dispatching of Integrated Energy System with P2G-HGT Coupling Wind Power Absorption Based on Stepped Carbon Emission Trading

Abstract

To improve the renewable energy consumption capacity of integrated energy system (IES) and reduce the carbon emission level of the system, a low-carbon economic dispatch model of IES with coupled power-to-gas (P2G) and hydrogen-doped gas units (HGT) under the stepped carbon trading mechanism is proposed. On the premise of wind power output uncertainty, the operating characteristics of the coupled electricity-to-gas equipment in the system are used to improve the wind abandonment problem of IES and increase its renewable energy consumption capacity; HGT is introduced to replace the traditional combustion engine for energy supply, and on the basis of refined P2G, a part of the volume fraction of hydrogen obtained from the production is extracted and mixed with methane to form a gas mixture for HGT combustion, so as to improve the low-carbon economy of the system. The ladder type carbon trading mechanism is introduced into IES to guide the system to control carbon emission behavior and reduce the carbon emission level of IES. Based on this, an optimal dispatching strategy is constructed with the economic goal of minimizing the sum of system operation cost, wind abandonment cost, carbon trading cost and energy purchase cost. After linearization of the established model and comparison analysis by setting different scenarios, the wind power utilization rate of the proposed model is increased by 24.5%, and the wind abandonment cost and CO2 emission are reduced by 86.3% and 10.5%, respectively, compared with the traditional IES system, which achieves the improvement of renewable energy consumption level and low carbon economy.

Funding source: The work described in this paper was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 52076081).
Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
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2023-08-09
2024-05-21
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