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Low-Carbon Economic Dispatch of Integrated Energy Systems in Industrial Parks Considering Comprehensive Demand Response and Multi-Hydrogen Supply

Abstract

To address the increasing hydrogen demand and carbon emissions of industrial parks, this paper proposes an integrated energy system dispatch strategy considering multi-hydrogen supply and comprehensive demand response. This model adopts power-to-gas technology to produce green hydrogen, replacing a portion of gray hydrogen and incorporates a carbon capture system to effectively reduce the overall carbon emissions of the industrial park. Meanwhile, incentive-based and price-based demand response strategies are implemented to optimize the load curve. A scheduling model is established targeting the minimization of procurement, operation, carbon emission, and wind curtailment costs. The case study of a northern industrial park in China demonstrates that the joint supply of green and gray hydrogen reduces carbon emissions by 40.98% and costs by 17.93% compared to solely using gray hydrogen. The proposed approach successfully coordinates the economic and environmental performance of the integrated energy system. This study provides an effective scheduling strategy for industrial parks to accommodate high shares of renewables while meeting hydrogen needs and carbon reduction targets.

Funding source: This research was funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (no. 62073196, 62133008); the Natural Science Foundation of Shandong Province (no. ZR2019ZD09); and the Key Research and Development Project of Shandong Province (2019JZZY010903). This research was supported by the Taishan Industrial Experts Program (no. tscx202312127) and the State Grid Science and Technology Project (5100-202116567A-0-5-SF).
Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
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2024-03-12
2024-05-20
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