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Romero, N. (author), van der Linden, K. (author), Morales España, G.A. (author), de Weerdt, M.M. (author)
The power system is undergoing a significant change as it adapts to the intermittency and uncertainty from renewable generation. Flexibility from loads such as electric vehicles (EVs) can serve as reserves to sustain the supply-demand balance in the grid. Some reserve markets have rules for participation that are computationally challenging for...
article 2021
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Serna-Suárez, I.D. (author), Carrillo-Caicedo, G. (author), Morales-España, G.A. (author), de Weerdt, M. (author), Ordóñez-Plata, G. (author)
The increase of solar photovoltaic penetration poses several challenges for distribution network operation, mainly because such high penetration might cause reliability problems like protection malfunctioning, accelerated decay of voltage regulators and voltage violations. Existing solutions based on mathematical programming solve a 3-phase...
article 2019
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Philipsen, R. (author), Morales-España, G.A. (author), de Weerdt, M. (author), de Vries, L. (author)
Day-ahead electricity markets are inefficient due to their coarse discretisation of time and their representation of electricity production and consumption in energy per time interval. This leads to excessive costs and infeasible schedules in the market clearing results. Some real-world systems have increased the resolution to improve accuracy,...
article 2019
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van der Linden, K. (author), de Weerdt, M. (author), Morales-Espana, G. (author)
Abstract—In power systems, demand and supply always have to be balanced. This is becoming more challenging due to the sustained penetration of renewable energy sources and their inherit uncertain production. Because of the increasing amount of electrical vehicles (EVs), and the high capacity and flexibility of their charging process, EVs are a...
conference paper 2018
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Philipsen, R. (author), Morales España, G.A. (author), de Weerdt, M. (author), de Vries, L. (author)
Day-ahead electricity markets are inefficient due to their coarse discretisation of time and their representation of electricity production and consumption in energy per time interval. This leads to excessive costs and infeasible schedules in the market clearing results. Some real-world systems have increased the resolution to improve accuracy,...
article 2018
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