OSRNordic

The OSRNordic project has proposed novel methods for optimizing the spinning reserve level in the power transmission systems where a large wind power penetration level is expected.

 

 

OSR Nordic - Optimal Spinning Reserve of Power Systems Considering Forecasting Error of Load and Wind Power Generation under Market Environment

Result summary

 

The OSRNordic project has proposed novel methods for optimizing the spinning reserve level in the power transmission systems where a large wind power penetration level is expected. The optimization is set up as a cost minimization problem and is based on highly accurate probabilistic forecasting techniques for load consumption and wind power generation, price for the day‐ahead electricity market and system power imbalances. Unlike the current practice, where the spinning reserve level is defined as a constant value during a longer period of time, the new method, on the other hand, optimizes the spinning reserve level on an hourly basis. This will result in a more optimal spinning reserve allocation which lowers the reserve procurement cost by the transmission system operators.


More information

 

Read more about  OSR Nordic

Read the OSR Nordic final report

 

Project duration: 1. September 2010 – 31. August 2013

TFI funding: 3.75 MNOK (59.8% of total budget)

Total budget: 6.27 MNOK


Participating organisations

 


Project leader


Birgitte Bak-Jensen, Lector

Aalborg University - Department of Energy Technology, Denmark

bbj@et.aau.dk

+45 9940 9274


Project owner

 

John K. Petersen, Head of Department

Aalborg University - Department of Energy Technology, Denmark

jkp@et.aau.dk

+45 9940 9264


Project participants


  • John K. Petersen, Aalborg University, Denmark
  • Birgitte Bak-Jensen, Aalborg University, Denmark
  • Torben Knudsen Aalborg University, Denmark
  • Henrik Madsen, DTU, Denmark
  • Javier Saez Gallego, DTU, Denmark
  • Juan Miguel Morales, DTU, Denmark
  • Erik Lindström, Lund University of Technology.
  • Peiyuan Chen, Chalmers University of Technology
  • Anh Tuan Le, Chalmers University of Technology
  • Ólafur Pétur Pálsson, University of Iceland.
  • Tryggvi Jónsson, Enfor A/S, Denmark
  • Torben Nielsen, Enfor A/S, Denmark
  • Nina K. Detlefsen, Energinet.dk, Denmark
  • Leo Emil Sokoler, Dong Energy, Denmark
  • Helge Didriksen, Dong Energy, Denmark
  • Klaus Baggesen Hilger, Dong Energy, Denmark
  • Lars Henrik Hansen, Dong Energy, Denmark
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