Dependable Capacity Evaluation of Wind Power and Solar Power Generation Systems

Chatbordin Naksrisuk, Kulyos Audomvongseree

Abstract


Integration of renewable energy sources, such as wind power and solar power, into the generation system can enhance country's energy security. These alternative energy help diversify sources of primary energy used to produce electricity. However, the biggest disadvantage of using these types of renewable energy power plants is that it might reduce power system reliability because these intermittent renewable energy sources have low dependable capacity. This paper aims to evaluate the dependable capacity of wind power and solar power generation systems. It considers uncertainties due to intermittent wind speed, solar irradiance, ambient temperature, and unavailability of their corresponding generators. Additionally, load uncertainty is also taken into account. The dependable capacity of the wind power and solar power generation systems are determined from the principle of generation system reliability evaluation. The reliability index such as Loss of Load Probability (LOLP) will be used as a key indicator to dene the dependable capacity

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