IEEE I&CPS Asia 2023 Special Session on
Smart and Interactive Energy Management for Multi-agent New Types of Power SystemsDownload CFP Flyer
Special Session Introduction
Abstract: Driven by the goals of clean energy and zero carbon emissions, the power industry is undergoing significant transformations. The government of China plans to build a new type of power system featuring a gradual increase in the proportion of new energy sources and the large-scale deployment of clean power resources nationwide. The ever-increasing penetration of uncertain inverter-based distributed energy resources (DERs), such as wind and rooftop PV, will inevitably pose a considerable influence on the power system, bringing reliability, economic and resiliency concerns. Hence, it is imperative and essential to improve the comprehensive regulation capability of the power system, accelerate construction of flexible regulation power, guide self-supplied power plants, traditional high-energy industrial loads, industrial and commercial interruptible loads, electric vehicle charging networks and virtual power plants to participate in system regulation, to build a strong smart grid and improve grid security level.
Technical Outline of the Session: Under this context, the new control methods, new management strategies as well as new market mechanism are highly desirable. Research into the new power system is strongly interdisciplinary, involving the state of the art in control theory, economics, artificial intelligence (AI) and information technology. This Session aims to call for innovative ideas and interdisciplinary research in the synergy optimization and dispatch control of "Source-Grid-Load-Storage" and realization of multi energy complementary to address the forthcoming technical challenges.
Special Session Organizer
Dr. Tianguang Lu, Shandong University
Dr. Changsen Feng, Zhejiang University of Technology
Dr. Kaiqi Sun, Shandong University
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