|Title:||Generation Management in Distributed Networks|
|Abstract:||Due to the increase in electricity production from renewable energy sources, the share of volatile electricity supply rises in German distribution networks. Since these networks are, for historical reasons, not designed for the supply of distributed generation, this already leads to an overloading of the network resources, today. In this work, different distributed generation management concepts are presented, which should avoid this overloading by temporarily reducing the power supply. To simulate these methods, the supply from solar, wind, biomass and cogeneration power plants is modeled. The implementation of these distributed generation management concepts depends on the available information from measurement points. Finally, an evaluation of the different generation management methods is made, taking the implementing|
|Subject Headings:||generation management|
|Is part of:||Power and Energy Student Summit(PESS) 2015, January 13th-14th, Dortmund Germany|
|Appears in Collections:||Power and Energy Student Summit (PESS) 2015|
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