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Engineering    2015, Vol. 1 Issue (4) : 447 -452     https://doi.org/10.15302/J-ENG-2015099
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An Approach for Cost-Efficient Grid Integration of Distributed Renewable Energy Sources
Till Luhmann1,(),Enno Wieben2,Riccardo Treydel2,Michael Stadler1,Thomas Kumm2
1. BTC Business Technology Consulting AG, Oldenburg 26121, Germany
2. EWE NETZ GmbH, Oldenburg 26133, Germany
Abstract
Abstract  

We describe a specific approach to capacity management for distribution grids. Based on simulations, it has been found that by curtailing a maximum of 5% of the yearly energy production on a per-generator basis, distribution grid connection capacity can be doubled. We also present the setting and first results of a field test for validating the approach in a rural distribution grid in northern Germany.

Keywords grid capacity management      5% approach      renewable energy sources      electricity distribution grid     
Corresponding Authors: Till Luhmann   
Just Accepted Date: 23 December 2015   Issue Date: 04 January 2016
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Till Luhmann,Enno Wieben,Riccardo Treydel, et al. An Approach for Cost-Efficient Grid Integration of Distributed Renewable Energy Sources[J]. Engineering, 2015, 1(4): 447 -452 .
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