Operación de Sistemas de Distribución Considerando Elementos de Almacenamiento de Energía y Generación Distribuida (Distribution Systems Operation Considering Energy Storage Devices and Distributed Generation)

Oscar Danilo Montoya (odmontoya@utp.edu.co)2, Alejandro Grajales (agrajales@xm.com.co)1, Alejandro Garcés (alejandro.garces@utp.edu.co)2, Carlos Alberto Castro (ccastro@ieee.org)3

1XM Compañía de Expertos en Mercados S.A.E.S.P
2Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira UTP
3Universidade Estadual de Campinas UNICAMP

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: May 2017
Volume: 15,   Issue: 5 
ISSN: 1548-0992

In this paper, a non-linear programming model to operate distribution systems considering energy storage devices and distributed generation is presented. Mathematical formulation is made taking in to account four terms for minimization: The cost operation of the electrical grid, reducing greenhouse emissions, reduction of electrical losses in conductors and voltage profile improve. As model constraints are employed the active a reactive nodal power balance, maximum capacities from distributed generation and energy storage devices, and the voltage profile regulation. To solve the proposed mathematical model a commercial optimization software GAMS and CONOPT solver are employed. To verify the efficiency and applicability of the model developed are used two test nodes 9 and 10, which have been adapted to the typical operating conditions of Colombian distribution systems. The results show the ability to adapt to various conditions and operating instructions of the utility.

Index Terms:
Energy storage devices, dispersed generation, distribution systems, mono-objective optimization, economic operation, nonlinear programming   

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