IMPACTS OF THERMAL GENERATION FLEXIBILITY ON POWER QUALITY AND LCOE OF INDUSTRIAL OFF-GRID POWER PLANTS

Abstract : This study proposes a power quality analysis based on the frequency response of an isolated industrial hybrid power plant. The power system and its control strategy are modelled using MATLAB/SIMULINK and simulated using high resolution irradiance data. The results are used to validate a power quality criterion designed to size a hybrid PV-genset power plant. Finally, an economic analysis shows that neglecting the power quality issues at the sizing stage, it may lead to misjudging the plant's performance.
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Louis Polleux, John Sandoval-Moreno, Gilles Guerassimoff, Jean-Paul Marmorat. IMPACTS OF THERMAL GENERATION FLEXIBILITY ON POWER QUALITY AND LCOE OF INDUSTRIAL OFF-GRID POWER PLANTS. International Conference on Applied Energy 2019, Aug 2019, Västerås, Sweden. ⟨hal-02351875⟩

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