Economic dispatch problem in smart grid system with considerations for pumped storage

Adil Rizki, Rachid Habachi, Karim Tahiry, Abdelwahed Echchatbi

Abstract


There are two significant issues with the incorporation of smart grid technology in power system operating studies including the economic emission, unit commitment problem (UCP). Economic dispatch problem (EDP) is a UCP sub-problem which find the optimum output for a given combination of running units. When using electro-energy systems to strategically distribute the power produced by all plants, the power economic dispatch problem is especially important. Pumped storage units that have the capacity to store energy can provide spinning reserves, which will lower overall costs and emissions. The general goal of this study is to develop control and optimization algorithms that are appropriate for managing new generation electrical networks. In this research work, the economic dispatch issue in a ten-unit smart grid system is resolved using the crow search algorithm (CSA), which acts as a local optimizer of the eagle strategy (ES). The outcomes of the ES-CSA program are compared to those found in the literature. The results of simulations suggest that adopting ES-CSA can lead to the generation of reliable and enough power that can meet the needs of both civil and industrial areas.

Keywords


Cases study; Crow search algorithm; Eagle strategy; Economic dispatch problem; Pumped storage; Smart grid system

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i6.4207

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