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ThinkMind // ENERGY 2016, The Sixth International Conference on Smart Grids, Green Communications and IT Energy-aware Technologies // View article energy_2016_3_10_30035


Study of a Smart Energy Community PV and Storage Requirements. A Modeling Approach Towards Net-Zero Energy.

Authors:
Emilio J. Palacios-Garcia
Antonio Moreno-Munoz
Isabel Santiago
Isabel M. Moreno-Garcia
Rafael J. Real-Calvo

Keywords: smart energy community; solar power generation; energy storage; load modeling; net-zero energy buildings.

Abstract:
The paradigm of smart energy community refers to a set of households that share a Microgrid and have local renewable production and distributed energy storage. In this context, the main issue is the low dispatchability of the renewable generation, which requires large storage capacities to maximize the degree of self-consumption. A more favorable scenario is found when considering a grid connected system, which reduces the dependence on the stochastic nature of renewable resources, allowing the consumers to import energy from the grid when neither local production nor storage is available. Moreover, the surplus generation could also be injected into the electrical network, having in some cases feed-in tariffs. Thus, this paper aims to present a simulation scenario where the interaction between a Smart Community with high penetration of Photovoltaic generation and the main grid is studied, and how this integration can drive to a net-zero energy system. Results for self-consumption and self-generation indexes are presented for different Photovoltaic power rates and storage capacities, showing that net-zero smart energy communities are a plausible scenario when bidirectional energy flows with the grid are considered.

Pages: 37 to 41

Copyright: Copyright (c) IARIA, 2016

Publication date: June 26, 2016

Published in: conference

ISSN: 2308-412X

ISBN: 978-1-61208-484-8

Location: Lisbon, Portugal

Dates: from June 26, 2016 to June 30, 2016

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