Analysis of Cooperation between Wind Power and Load Side Resources

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Abstract

Development of the intermittent energy is greatly promoted by change in energy, while consumption of large-scale intermittent energy is becoming a problem. With the development of smart grid technology, controllability of load side resources is becoming more and more important. Based on the wave characteristics of wind power, this paper indicates that wind energy has continuous output characteristics on the hour-time scale. Through analysis on loads characteristic of industry, public facility and resident, this paper gets comprehensive response of load side resources. Considering characteristics of wind power output, combined with different load side resources and DR program, this paper suggests cooperation between wind power and load side resources on different time scales.

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X. Guo, K. Wang and Y. Li, "Analysis of Cooperation between Wind Power and Load Side Resources," Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 9B, 2013, pp. 51-55. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.59B009.

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