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Wind Power Generation-related Power Quality Issues

Lu, Y

2008-04-06

Abstract: As a promising renewable alternative, the wind power is highly expected to contribute a significant part of generation in power systems in the future, but this also bring new integration related power quality issues, which mainly consist of power flow fluctuation analyzed with current, voltage fluctuation and flicker severity factor (P lt and P st ) as ‘ case study ’ , by its comparatively new characteristics, due to the fluctuation nature of the wind (velocity) and the comparatively new type of its generators (currently popular type of squirrel-cage induction). One practical solution to mitigate the wind generation i ntegration related power quality issues is introduced in this paper, by using Energy Storage System (ESS).

Keyword(s): EEEIC ; flicker ; renewable energy ; wind power ; flucuations ; Energy Storage Sysems ; ESS
Note: Proceedings of the 7th Int. Conference EEEIC 2008, Cottbus, 5-11.05.2008, pp. 113-116


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