Transmission grid requirements with scattered and flutuating renewable electricity sources

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Abstract

Denmark is in a situation with many scattered sources of electricity, that are not controlled by the central load dispatch. At the same time, Denmark is being used as an electricity transit corridor between Norway/Sweden and Germany. Through energy systems analyses and load-flow analyses, it is determined that if scattered load balancing is introduced, electricity transit is enabled to a higher degree than if central load balancing is maintained.
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Denmark is in a situation with many scattered sources of electricity, that are not controlled by the central load dispatch. At the same time, Denmark is being used as an electricity transit corridor between Norway/Sweden and Germany. Through energy systems analyses and load-flow analyses, it is determined that if scattered load balancing is introduced, electricity transit is enabled to a higher degree than if central load balancing is maintained.
Original languageEnglish
Pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2002
Publication categoryResearch
Peer-reviewedNo

    Research areas

  • Energy, Energy systems, Eenergy market, Energy sources, Wind power, CHP, Danmark
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