Optimal Operation of Smart Energy System considering Multi-Generation Energy Storage

  • Lasemi, Mohammad Ali (PI (principal investigator))
  • Hajizadeh, Amin (Supervisor)
  • Arabkoohsar, Ahmad (Supervisor)



The focus of this project is on the modeling and analyzing the technical and economic feasibility of the optimal energy scheduling schemes and real-time control for Integrated Energy Management System (IEMS) in the presence of competitive energy market structure. The IES, which will be considered in the project, comprises power grid, gas network, and district heating network. Modern technologies and new concepts in IEMS such as the Power to Gas (P2G) system, Hybrid Renewable Energy System (HRES), and Hybrid Energy Storage Systems (HESS) are considered in the project. We intend to represent a novel intelligent IEMS with considering SES infrastructures and energy hub facilities. The energy hub concept will be introduced as a Smart Energy Hub (SEH) considering Demand Response Programs (DRP) for each energy carriers. The proposed method in the project represents short-term scheduling as well as coordinated and unified management of HRES and HESS to minimize the operation costs and emission in the whole of the SES over the daily horizon. It will be presented as multi-objective stochastic programming in order to achieve a global solution.

Funding: Self-financing
Effektiv start/slut dato01/02/202031/07/2023


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