Technical-economical optimisation of the storage and distribution of electricity with solar origin
Tutor / director / evaluatorBaert, Jérôme
Document typeMaster thesis (pre-Bologna period)
Rights accessOpen Access
The project presented throughout this report consists on technical-economic study of a system composed by a solar park connected to a set of batteries. The software chosen to represent all the components of the studied system has been Matlab-Simulink which allows us to carry realistic simulations in different scenarios. For every part of the system, an initial research on the information of the component has been carried out with the objective of deeply understanding how it works, its concrete role in the system and what parameters might influence it. In addition to this, an electrical model of the component has been chosen (which will be the one used later in Simulink). Finally, a Simulink model has been created in order to simulate different scenarios and situations. The models will be as realistic as possible with the objective of properly representing the reality. Different user scenarios have been studied once the whole Simulink model has been developed. The objective is not only to model the system but also to optimize economically the interactions between the user (company or individual) and the global grid. The Simulink model will provide plenty of information of the system including a precise tracking of the purchased and sold power which maximizes profit (or minimizes the losses).
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