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Green Energy Economic Management

A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050). This special issue belongs to the section "Energy Sustainability".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 October 2024 | Viewed by 788

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School of Economics and Management, North China Electric Power University, Beijing 102206, China
Interests: technical and economic evaluation; energy economics; energy policy

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Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue aims to focus on sustainable issues in the energy sector, especially economic management issues related to renewable energy and power systems. This issue encourages the publication of papers on any aspect and scale of green energy production or utilization technology to contribute to sustainable human development. The main focus is the prediction of renewable energy indicators, including prices, power, rates, etc. This also includes but is not limited to carbon capture and energy storage, wind energy, bioenergy, solar energy, photovoltaics, and traditional fuels. In addition, system analysis, environmental issues, energy conversion, and utilization issues will also be included.

Prof. Dr. Jinliang Zhang
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Keywords

  • renewable energy
  • system analysis
  • low-carbon economy
  • energy conversion
  • energy economy management
  • climate and environment

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Source-Grid-Load Cross-Area Coordinated Optimization Model Based on IGDT and Wind-Photovoltaic-Photothermal System
by Yilin Xu and Zeping Hu
Sustainability 2024, 16(5), 2056; https://doi.org/10.3390/su16052056 - 1 Mar 2024
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Abstract
A source-grid-load cross-area coordinated optimal dispatch model based on IGDT and a wind-photovoltaic-photothermal system is suggested to handle the problem of renewable energy consumption under large-scale wind power and photovoltaic grid connections. Firstly, the peak flexibility of a wind-photovoltaic-photothermal co-generation system is investigated [...] Read more.
A source-grid-load cross-area coordinated optimal dispatch model based on IGDT and a wind-photovoltaic-photothermal system is suggested to handle the problem of renewable energy consumption under large-scale wind power and photovoltaic grid connections. Firstly, the peak flexibility of a wind-photovoltaic-photothermal co-generation system is investigated to improve the utilization rate of wind and solar resources. To increase the model’s efficiency and accuracy, the alternating direction multiplier method (ADMM) is used. Finally, arithmetic examples are utilized to examine and contrast how the system dispatch cost changed under risk-averse and risk-seeking strategies. It also examines how the installed ratio of concentrated solar power plants affects the overall cost of the system. The findings demonstrate that the suggested model may achieve a coordinated optimization of the source, grid and load while lowering system operation costs. Full article
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