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Title: Smart community electric micro-storage systems with active functions
Authors: Milanés Montero, María Isabel
Pando Acedo, Jaime
Romero Cadaval, Enrique
Barrero González, Fermín
González Romera, Eva
Moreno Muñoz, Antonio
Keywords: Active functions;Funciones activas;Cargadores de bateria;Almacen de energía;Gestión de la energía;Control armónico;Sistemas de microalmacenamiento;Comunidades inteligentes;Active functions;Battery chargers;Energy storage;Energy management;Micro-storage systems;Smart communities
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Smart grids aim to dramatically change residential area energy systems by creating active grid interaction. Specifically, renewable energies will play a key role when it comes to handling energy storage systems (ESS) at houses within a Smart Community. This paper presents a novel global control strategy for distributed micro-storage energy system. Each home receives the active and reactive power set- points from the Smart Community Energy Management System (SCEMS), providing energy resources to the community in function of the expected demand and production. Once SCEMS requirements are fulfilled, harmonic current components demanded by the household circuitry are injected according to the ESS available capacity. The proposed approach not only causes a local improvement in the power quality of the demanded current, but also contributes to the global power quality consumption of the community. Experimental tests are conducted using a prototype of the proposed ESS charger, validating the control strategies.
Description: Publicado en: IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (Volume: 54, Issue: 3, May-June 2018, pp. 1975-1982).
DOI: 10.1109/TIA.2018.2799547
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