This paper proposes a novel configuration that combines wind turbines, an electrolyzer, and a gas turbine with the corresponding generator. A control strategy for this configuration is also proposed. The purpose of this configuration and its control strategy is to make the wind farm work like a conventional power plant from a grid’s point of view. The final proposed configuration works properly with the proposed control strategy, the three times per revolution (3p) oscillation frequency is removed and the output power fluctuations caused by wind fluctuation are compensated. The final power output of the proposed configuration is constant like that of a conventional power plant, and it can change according to the different requirements of the transmission system operator.
Xuan, S., Hu, W., Yao, J., & Chen, Z. (2016). Coordination Control of a Novel Wind Farm Configuration Including a Hydrogen Storage System and a Gas Turbine. Energies, 9(7), . https://doi.org/10.3390/en9070535