An Analysis of the Intertial Response of Small Isolated Power Systems in Presence of Generation from Renewable Energy Sources
Paper in proceedings, 2018

Renewable Energy Sources are posing critical issues related to the mining of power systems stability, essentially due to a decrement of the inertial response during system's contingencies. As a consequence, to preserve the security and the reliability of the system, it is necessary to adopt new frequency adjustments mechanisms. This issue becomes particularly critical in isolated power systems, like those of small islands not supplied by the main grid, in the case of high shares of production from unpredictable renewabies such as photovoitaic and wind sources. In this framework, the present work deals with the analysis of the variation of the inertia time constant of a small island in various scenarios characterized by a different share of renewable energy. The study represents the first step of a more extended feasibility study for the conversion of a traditional power system based on fossil fuel towards a renewable energy-based power system.

BESS

battery energy storage systems

renewable energy

stability

Inertial response

IR

RES

Author

S. Favuzza

University of Palermo

M. G. Ippolito

University of Palermo

R. Musca

University of Palermo

M. Navarro Navia

University of Palermo

E. Riva Sanseverino

University of Palermo

G. Zizzo

University of Palermo

Massimo Bongiorno

Power grids and Components

2018 IEEE 4th International Forum on Research and Technology for Society and Industry (RTSI)

8548401

4th IEEE International Forum on Research and Technologies for Society and Industry, RTSI 2018
Palermo, Italy,

Subject Categories

Other Environmental Engineering

Energy Systems

Other Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Information Engineering

DOI

10.1109/RTSI.2018.8548401

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