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van der Boon, Mike (author)
Distributed Energy Resources (DER), like solar panels, are projected to take over power generation responsibilities. This will happen during the transition of the current power grid to the Smart Grid. Due to the importance of this power to society, it is crucial that the grid stays stable.<br/><br/>DER devices are similar to IoT devices in scale...
master thesis 2023
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Norouzi, F. (author), Hoppe, T. (author), Kamp, L.M. (author), Manktelow, C. (author), Bauer, P. (author)
With its potentially disruptive nature, the smart grid can be viewed from both a transformational and an innovation systems perspective. Synthesising these, a research approach is adopted in which a Technological Innovation System (TIS) analysis is combined with a transformational perspective to identify a broader range of success and failure...
review 2023
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Hekkelman, B. (author)
We consider energy systems in the built environment. With the transition to a more sustainable, distributed, and 'smart' energy system, such local grids are undergoing significant changes. Among other developments, the new role of end-users as 'prosumers' - users that can either produce or consume power depending on the situation - is turning...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Swens, Bart (author)
Electricity grids worldwide are experiencing increased peak demands and decreasing simultaneity due to higher shares of Renewable Energy Sources (RES). It is expected that many grids will soon reach their limits. One solution to mitigate these issues is exploiting flexibility in e.g. electric vehicles. In this work, a shrinking horizon model...
master thesis 2022
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van der Horst, Koen (author)
Battery electric vehicles have gained a substantial market share in the last few years. The call for good charging infrastructure is urgent with the rapid shift from carbon-based cars toward battery electric vehicles. However, the present electrical distribution networks are not designed for large additional loads. Many cities have traction...
master thesis 2022
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Cremers, Sho (author)
With the emergence of energy communities, where a number of prosumers (consumers with their own energy generation) invest in shared renewable generation capacity and battery storage, the issue of fair allocation of benefits and costs has become increasingly important. The Shapley value, a solution concept in cooperative game theory initially...
master thesis 2022
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van Dingstee, Daan (author), Eland, Ruben (author)
Increasing distributed generation of and demand for electrical energy results ever more in problems like congestion. Forecasting the demand, photovoltaic power generation and the number of electric vehicles connected to charging station for a residential neighbourhood can be an important part of a smarter distribution network for such a...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Leal Jauregui, Pedro (author)
In the context of the energy transition, the energy sector is experiencing a paradigm shift towards electrification in a decentralized model, where renewable energy sources are becoming the protagonists. However, such shift comes with several challenges. In particular for this thesis, the intermittency of renewable energy sources coupled with...
master thesis 2022
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Moradi Sepahvand, M. (author), Amraee, Turaj (author), Aminifar, Farrokh (author), Akbari, Amirhossein (author)
Integration of smart grid technologies in distribution systems, particularly behind-the-meter initiatives, has a direct impact on transmission network planning. This paper develops a coordinated expansion planning of transmission and active distribution systems via a stochastic multistage mathematical programming model. In the transmission level...
journal article 2022
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Couraud, Benoit (author), Robu, Valentin (author), Flynn, David (author), Andoni, Merlinda (author), Norbu, Sonam (author), Quinard, Honorat (author)
Recent years have seen a surge of interest in distributed residential batteries for households with renewable generation. Yet, assuring battery assets are profitable for their owners requires a complex optimisation of the battery asset and additional revenue sources, such as novel ways to access wholesale energy markets. In this paper, we...
journal article 2022
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Kirli, Desen (author), Couraud, Benoit (author), Robu, Valentin (author), Salgado-Bravo, Marcelo (author), Norbu, Sonam (author), Andoni, Merlinda (author), Antonopoulos, Ioannis (author), Negrete-Pincetic, Matias (author), Flynn, David (author), Kiprakis, Aristides (author)
Given the ongoing transition towards a more decentralised and adaptive energy system, the potential of blockchain-enabled smart contracts for the energy sector is being increasingly recognised. Due to their self-executing, customisable and tamper-proof nature, they are seen as a key technology for enabling the transition to a more efficient,...
review 2022
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Chen, Jie (author), Gallo, A.J. (author), Yan, Shuo (author), Parisini, Thomas (author), Yuen Ron Hui, Shu (author)
With increasing installations of grid-connected power electronic converters in the distribution network, there is a new trend of using distributed control in a cyber layer to coordinate the operations of these power converters for improving power system stability. However, cyber-attacks remain a threat to such distributed control. This paper...
journal article 2022
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Scarabaggio, P. (author), Grammatico, S. (author), Carli, Raffaele (author), Dotoli, Mariagrazia (author)
In this article, we propose a distributed demand-side management (DSM) approach for smart grids taking into account uncertainty in wind power forecasting. The smart grid model comprehends traditional users as well as active users (prosumers). Through a rolling-horizon approach, prosumers participate in a DSM program, aiming at minimizing...
journal article 2022
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Akkaoui, R. (author), Stefanov, Alexandru (author), Palensky, P. (author), Epema, D.H.J. (author)
The concept of the internet of energy (IoE) emerged as an innovative paradigm to encompass all the complex and intertwined notions relevant to the transition of current smart grids towards more decarbonization, digitalization and decentralization. With a focus on the two last aspects, the amount of intelligent devices being connected in a...
journal article 2022
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Xiao, J. (author), Wang, L. (author), Qin, Z. (author), Bauer, P. (author)
Smart grid steady control relies heavily on the communication infrastructure among sensors, actuators, and control systems, which makes it vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Accurate acquisition of dynamic state information is deemed vital for efficient detection of these cyber-attacks on a smart grid. However, several popular state estimation...
conference paper 2022
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Barbierato, L. (author), Pons, Enrico (author), Mazza, Andrea (author), Bompard, Ettore (author), Subramaniam Rajkumar, Vetrivel (author), Palensky, P. (author), Macii, Enrico (author), Bottaccioli, Lorenzo (author), Patti, Edoardo (author)
Cosimulation techniques are gaining popularity amongst the power system research community to analyze future scalable smart grid solutions. However, complications such as multiple communication protocols, uncertainty in latencies are holding up the widespread usage of these techniques for the power system analysis. These issues are even...
journal article 2022
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Capper, Timothy (author), Gorbatcheva, Anna (author), Mustafa, Mustafa A. (author), Bahloul, Mohamed (author), Schwidtal, Jan Marc (author), Chitchyan, Ruzanna (author), Andoni, Merlinda (author), Robu, Valentin (author), Montakhabi, Mehdi (author)
Peer-to-peer, community or collective self-consumption, and transactive energy markets offer new models for trading energy locally. Over the past five years, there has been significant growth in the amount of academic literature examining how these local energy markets might function. This systematic literature review of 139 peer-reviewed...
review 2022
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Mohammadpourfard, Mostafa (author), Weng, Yang (author), Khalili, Abdullah (author), Genc, Istemihan (author), Shefaei, A. (author), Mohammadi-Ivatloo, Behnam (author)
The expansion of power systems over large geographical areas renders centralized processing inefficient. Therefore, the distributed operation is increasingly adopted. This work introduces a new type of attack against distributed state estimation of power systems, which operates on inter-area boundary buses. We show that the developed attack...
journal article 2022
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Nibhanupudi, Sai Suprabhath (author)
Transition from fossil fuels to sustainable sources of energy like wind and solar is the need of the hour. All over the globe, plans are in motion to achieve this goal. This implies addition of new elements to the grid in the form of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs). These affect the working of distribution grids and to ensure reliable as...
master thesis 2021
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Crompvoets, JPA (author)
Over the past decade, a new concept for the power grid called the smart grid emerged, to enable two way energy transport and communication. With this new smart grid architecture many opportunities for control methods arise. While this can improve the efficiency of the power grid, all these methods require communication, which is a limited...
master thesis 2021
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