WJET  Vol.5 No.4 B , October 2017
Enhancing Wind Power Integration through Optimal Use of Flexibility in Multi-Carrier Energy Systems from the Danish Perspective
ABSTRACT
Denmark’ goal of being independent of fossil energy sources in 2050 puts forward great demands on all energy subsystems (electricity, heat, gas and transport, etc.) to be operated in a holistic manner. The Danish experience and challenges of wind power integration and the development of district heating systems are summarized in this paper. How to optimally use the cross-sectoral flexibility by intelligent control (model predictive control-based) of the key coupling components in an integrated heat and power system including electrical heat pumps in the demand side, and thermal storage applications in buildings is investigated.
Cite this paper
Zong, Y. , Ahmed, A. , Wang, J. , You, S. , Træholt, C. and Xiao, X. (2017) Enhancing Wind Power Integration through Optimal Use of Flexibility in Multi-Carrier Energy Systems from the Danish Perspective. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 5, 78-88. doi: 10.4236/wjet.2017.54B009.
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