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  • Optimal energy management system for V2G chargers combined with PV and ESS in a real environment 

    Corchero García, Cristina; Farré, Jordi; Igualada González, Lucía; Pons, Xavier; Sanmartí Cardona, Manel (2019)
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    The integration of Electric Vehicles in electricity grids is very likely to pose several challenges to the electrical grid operation and expansion. The potential flexibility of the load associated to the ...
  • Modelling of solid oxide electrolizer and hydrogen leak estimation 

    Cifuentes López, Alejandro; Husar, Attila Peter; Roda Serrat, Vicente; Morales Comas, Miguel; Bernadet, Lucile; Torrell Faro, Marc; Serra, Maria (2019)
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    Solid Oxide Elecyrolizers (SOEC) are electrochemical devises that produce hydrogen from water using the energy of an electric power source. SOEC operate at high temperatures (around 800ºC) and have efficiencies around 53% ...
  • Optimal Energy Management System applied to commercial self-consumption solutions 

    Sola Saura, Alaia; Igualada González, Lucía; Corchero García, Cristina (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2018)
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    IREMS, an optimization model developed to manage self-consumption solutions and overcome the limitations the commercial management functionalities present has been validated under the conditions of one of the real installations ...
  • Partitioning approach for large wind farms: active power control for optimizing power reserve 

    Siniscalchi Minna, Sara; Ocampo-Martínez, Carlos; Bianchi, Fernando Daniel; Prada Gil, Mikel de; De Schutter, Bart (IEEE Press, 2018)
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    Nowadays, large wind farms are expected to guarantee stability of the electrical grid contributing with ancillary services, such as frequency support. To this end, wind farm controllers must set the power generation of ...
  • A multi-objective predictive control strategy for enhancing primary frequency support with wind farms 

    Siniscalchi Minna, Sara; Prada Gil, Mikel de; Bianchi, Fernando Daniel; Ocampo-Martínez, Carlos; De Schutter, Bart (2018)
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    Nowadays, wind power plants (WPPs) should be able to dynamically change their power output to meet the power demanded by the transmission system operators. When the wind power generation exceeds the power demand, the WPP ...
  • Configurations of model predictive control to exploit energy flexibility in building thermal loads 

    Péan, Thibaut; Salom Tormo, Jaume; Costa Castelló, Ramon (IEEE Press, 2018)
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    A model predictive control (MPC) framework is developed in the present study, with the final objective to improve the energy flexibility of building thermal loads through demand-side management. Three different configurations ...
  • A simplified model for the dynamic analysis and power generation of a floating offshore wind turbine 

    Lerch, Markus; Prada Gil, Mikel de; Molins i Borrell, Climent (EDP Sciences, 2018)
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    This paper presents a simplified model for the dynamic analysis of a floating off-shore wind turbine (FOWT), which can be suitable for early feasibility and pre-engineering studies, where the complete system has to modeled ...
  • A wind farm operational strategy for primary frequency support optimization 

    Siniscalchi Minna, Sara; Bianchi, Fernando Daniel; Ocampo-Martínez, Carlos; Prada Gil, Mikel de (2017)
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    With the aim of distributing the total power required at the wind farm control level for each wind turbine, we proposed a multi-objective model predictive control scheme able to (i) ensure the tracking of the power demanded ...
  • A wind-lidar buoy for offshore wind measurements: first commissioning test-phase results 

    Gutiérrez Antuñano, Miguel Ángel; Tiana Alsina, Jordi; Rocadenbosch Burillo, Francisco; Sospedra, Joaquim; Aghabi, Rajai; González Marco, Daniel (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017)
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    This paper presents the development of a new commercial floating lidar system aimed to measure the wind resource and other environmental variables at candidate wind farm locations. This work describes this new lidar system ...
  • Demand aggregator flexibility forecast: price incentives sensitivity assessment 

    Kotsis, Grigorios; Moschos, Ioannis; Corchero García, Cristina; Cruz Zambrano, Miguel (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015)
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    This work seeks to determine the potentials of a Demand Aggregator into the Demand Response scheme. The authors describe and validate the optimization technique used by the Aggregator to enable demand flexibility in domestic ...
  • Methodology for EBSILON simulation studies of on-site generation CHP systems for data centre 

    Rudolf, V.; Lal Shrestha, N.; Urbaneck, T.; Pflugradt, N.; Platzer, B.; Camara, O.; Carrera, Angel; Salom Tormo, Jaume; Oró Prim, Eduard; García Prat, Albert; Timmerman, M.; Trapman, H. (2016)
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    The use of information technology services is increasing and causes a rising energy demand of data centres. In order to cover the requirements linked to this effect and respond to the energetic and environmental goals, fossil ...
  • Optimal location of fast charging stations in Barcelona: a flow-capturing approach 

    Cruz Zambrano, Miguel; Corchero García, Cristina; Igualada González, Lucía; Bernardo, Valeria (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013)
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    The aim of this paper is to find the optimal location of electric vehicle (EV) fast charging stations by means of two methodologies: a classical flow-capturing optimization model involving only mobility needs, and ...

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