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Advances in Energy Systems


Advances in Energy Systems

The Large-scale Renewable Energy Integration Challenge
1. Aufl.

von: Peter D. Lund, John A. Byrne, Reinhard Haas, Damian Flynn

152,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 06.02.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9781119508328
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 568

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A guide to a multi-disciplinary approach that includes perspectives from noted experts in the energy and utilities fields Advances in Energy Systems offers a stellar collection of articles selected from the acclaimed journal Wiley Interdisciplinary Review: Energy and Environment. The journalcovers all aspects of energy policy, science and technology, environmental and climate change. The book covers a wide range of relevant issues related to the systemic changes for large-scale integration of renewable energy as part of the on-going energy transition. The book addresses smart energy systems technologies, flexibility measures, recent changes in the marketplace and current policies. With contributions from a list of internationally renowned experts, the book deals with the hot topic of systems integration for future energy systems and energy transition. This important resource: Contains contributions from noted experts in the field Covers a broad range of topics on the topic of renewable energy Explores the technical impacts of high shares of wind and solar power Offers a review of international smart-grid policies Includes information on wireless power transmission Presents an authoritative view of micro-grids Contains a wealth of other relevant topics Written forenergy planners, energy market professionals and technology developers, Advances in Energy Systems is an essential guide with contributions from an international panel of experts that addresses the most recent smart energy technologies. 
Preface I Energy System Challenges 1 Handling renewable energy variability and uncertainty in power systems operationRicardo Bessa, Carlos Moreira, Bernardo Silva, Manuel Matos 2 Short?term frequency response of power systems with high non?synchronous penetration levelsLisa Ruttledge, Damian Flynn 3 Technical impacts of high penetration levels of wind power on power system stabilityD Flynn, Z Rather, A Ardal, S D'Arco, A.D Hansen, N.A Cutululis, P Sorensen, A Estanquiero, E Gómez, N Menemenlis, C Smith, Ye Wang 4 Understanding constraints to the transformation rate of global energy infrastructureJoe L Lane, Simon Smart, Diego Schmeda?Lopez, Ove Hoegh?Guldberg, Andrew Garnett, Chris Greig, Eric McFarland 5 Physical and cyber security in a smart grid environmentJing Xie, Alexandru Stefanov, Chen?Ching Liu 6 Energy security: challenges and needsBenjamin K Sovacool 7 Nuclear and renewables: compatible or contradicting?Focus Article, Lutz Mez II Perspectives on Grids 8 Smart?grid policies: an international reviewMarilyn A Brown, Shan Zhou 9 A view of microgridsJoão Abel Peças Lopes, André Guimarães Madureira, Carlos Coelho Leal Monteiro Moreira 10 New electricity distribution network planning approaches for integrating renewableFabrizio Pilo, Gianni Celli, Emilio Ghiani, Gian Giuseppe Soma 11 Transmission planning for wind energy in the United States and Europe: status and prospectsJ Charles Smith, Dale Osborn, Robert Zavadil, Warren Lasher, Emilio Gómez?Lázaro, Ana Estanqueiro, Thomas Trotscher, John Tande, Magnus Korpås, Frans Van Hulle, Hannele Holttinen, Antje Orths, Daniel Burke, Mark O'Malley, Jan Dobschinski, Barry Rawn, Madeline Gibescu, Lewis Dale 12 Opportunities and barriers of high?voltage direct current grids: a state of the art analysisDebora Coll?Mayor, Jürgen Schmid 13 The wireless power transmission: inductive coupling, radio wave, and resonance couplingNaoki Shinohara III Flexibility Measures 14 The role of large?scale energy storage under high shares of renewable energyShin?ichi Inage 15 The role of electric vehicles in smart gridsMatthias D Galus, Marina González Vayá, Thilo Krause, Göran Andersson 16 Use of electric vehicles or hydrogen in the Danish transport sector in 2050?Klaus Skytte, Amalia Pizarro, Kenneth B Karlsson 17 Comparison of synthetic natural gas production pathways for the storage of renewable energySebastian Fendt, Alexander Buttler, Matthias Gaderer, Hartmut Spliethoff 18 Storage and demand?side options for integrating wind powerAidan Tuohy, Ben Kaun, Robert Entriken 19 On the Long-Term Prospects of Power-to Gas TechnologiesAmela Ajanovic, Reinhard Haas 20 Wind integration: experience, issues, and challengesHannele Holttinen 21 Quantifying the variability of wind energySimon Watson 22 Capacity value assessments of wind powerMichael Milligan, Bethany Frew, Eduardo Ibanez, Juha Kiviluoma, Hannele Holttinen, Lennart Söder 23 Hydro power flexibility for power systems with variable renewable energy sources: an IEA Task 25 collaborationDaniel Huertas?Hernando, Hossein Farahmand, Hannele Holttinen, Juha Kiviluoma, Erkka Rinne, Lennart Söder, Michael Milligan, Eduardo Ibanez, Sergio Martín Martínez, Emilio Gomez?Lazaro, Ana Estanqueiro, Luis Rodrigues, Luis Carr, Serafin Roon, Antje Gesa Orths, Peter Børre Eriksen, Alain Forcione, Nickie Menemenlis 24 Contribution of bulk energy storage to integrating variable renewable energies in future European electricity systemsKarl Anton Zach, Hans Auer 25 Characterization of demand response in the commercial, industrial, and residential sectors in the United StatesSila Kiliccote, Daniel Olsen, Michael D Sohn, Mary Ann Piette 26 Simplified analysis of balancing challenges in sustainable and smart energy systems with 100% renewable power supplyLennart Söder IV Changing Electricity Markets 27 Who gains from hourly time?of?use retail prices on electricity? An analysis of consumption profiles for categories of Danish electricity customersF M Andersen, H V Larsen, L Kitzing, P E Morthorst28 Designing electricity markets for a high penetration of variable renewablesJenny Riesz, Michael Milligan 29 Multivariate analysis of solar city economics: impact of energy prices, policy, finance, and cost on urban photovoltaic power plant implementationJohn Byrne, Job Taminiau, Kyung Nam Kim, Joohee Lee, Jeongseok Seo 30 The Influence of interconnection capacity on the market value of wind powerCarlo Obersteiner 31 Research with disaggregated electricity end?use data in households: review and recommendationsIan H Rowlands, Tobi Reid, Paul Parker 32 Household electricity consumers’ incentive to choose dynamic pricing under different taxation schemesJonas Katz, Lena Kitzing, Sascha T Schröder, Frits Møller Andersen, Poul Erik Morthorst, Morten Stryg Reference Index
Peter D. Lund, Professor in Advanced Energy Systems at Aalto University, Finland. John A. Byrne served as a contributing author to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007. Reinhard Haas, Professor of Energy Economics (at the Institute of Energy Systems and Electric Drives) at Vienna University of Technology, Austria. Damian Flynn, Associate Professor in Power System Operation and Control at University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
A guide to a multi-disciplinary approach that includes perspectives from noted experts in the energy and utilities fields Advances in Energy Systems offers a stellar collection of articles selected from the acclaimed journal Wiley Interdisciplinary Review: Energy and Environment. The journal covers all aspects of energy policy, science and technology, environmental and climate change. The book covers a wide range of relevant issues related to the systemic changes for large-scale integration of renewable energy as part of the on-going energy transition. The book addresses smart energy systems technologies, flexibility measures, recent changes in the marketplace and current policies. With contributions from a list of internationally renowned experts, the book deals with the hot topic of systems integration for future energy systems and energy transition. This important resource: Contains contributions from noted experts in the field Covers a broad range of topics on the subject of renewable energy Explores the technical impacts of high shares of wind and solar power Offers a review of international smart-grid policies Includes information on wireless power transmission Presents an authoritative view of micro-grids Contains a wealth of other relevant topics Written for energy planners, energy market professionals and technology developers, Advances in Energy Systems is an essential guide with contributions from an international panel of experts that addresses the most recent smart energy technologies.

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