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Integration of renewable energies in the electricity distribution system

Abstract : Many countries have set up mechanism support in favor of renewable energy development at a short or long term, while, in parallel, long-term scenarios of predominantly renewable energy provisioning are studied. Some of these energies are intermittent and non-dispatchable and, due to the low economies of scale they exhibit, can be deployed in a decentralized manner, integrated in buildings and connected to the distribution system.However, the methods and tools currently used to plan and operate the power system rely on hypothesis of centralized generation and passive distribution network. In this context, this thesis contributes to the development of a method aimed at simulated an active distribution network by proposing three novel approaches: a decomposition and coordination method allowing the integrated simulation of the centralized power system and the active distribution network, an algorithm to solve the single-stage optimal power flow in the distribution system as well as two criticality criteria allowing to decrease the computational burden of the simulation when it is used for planning purposes.
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Seddik Yassine Abdelouadoud. Integration of renewable energies in the electricity distribution system. Electric power. Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2014. English. ⟨NNT : 2014ENMP0071⟩. ⟨tel-01144518⟩



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