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A Low-Carbon Dispatch Model in a Wind Power Integrated System Considering Wind Speed Forecasting and Energy-Environmental Efficiency


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School of Electrical Engineering, Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, China





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Abstract This paper introduces the -Energy-Environmental Efficiency- concept of building a low-carbon dispatch model of wind-incorporated power systems from the perspective of environmental protection and low-carbon dispatch promotion based on the existing economic environmental dispatch. A rolling auto-regressive and moving-average model is adopted to forecast wind speeds for the next 24 h and reduce the disadvantages brought about to the power system dispatch by wind speed fluctuations. A fuzzy satisfaction-maximizing approach is employed to convert the multi-objective decision-making problem in the low-carbon dispatch model into a single nonlinear one. Particle swarm optimization with a simulated annealing algorithm hybrid is used for better solutions. Simulation results show that the energy-environmental efficiency concept benefits the optimization of the proposed power system dispatch, and the proposed low-carbon dispatch model is reasonable and practical. View Full-Text

Keywords: wind power; wind speed forecasting; low-carbon dispatch model; PSO-SA; energy-environmental efficiency wind power; wind speed forecasting; low-carbon dispatch model; PSO-SA; energy-environmental efficiency





Author: Daojun Chen, Qingwu Gong * , Bichang Zou, Xiaohui Zhang and Jian Zhao

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