A transmission renewal planning approach with supply-end reserves and line flow sensitivities

Keisuke Ueda, Yu Takamizawa, Shinichi Iwamoto, Yoshinori Kato, Masayuki Shimazu

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    Abstract

    With the high economic growth era until 1990s, the power demand increased sharply year by year. Therefore, the electric power utilities installed many electric power facilities along with the predicted demand. However, in recent years, fewer apparatuses have been installed because the electric power demand growth is being saturated due to low economic growth. Thus, in electric power facilities planning, it is necessary to form a rational renewal planning which also considers social influence factors such as the construction quantity. In this paper, we propose a new transmission renewal planning approach using Supply-end Reserves and Line Flow Sensitivities. Finally we carry out simulations for the IEEJ EAST 10-machine - O/V model system and determine the transmission planning priority to confirm the validity of the proposed approach.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication17th Power Systems Computation Conference, PSCC 2011
    PublisherPower Systems Computation Conference ( PSCC )
    ISBN (Print)9789175012575
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    Event17th Power Systems Computation Conference, PSCC 2011 - Stockholm, Sweden
    Duration: 2011 Aug 222011 Aug 26

    Other

    Other17th Power Systems Computation Conference, PSCC 2011
    CountrySweden
    CityStockholm
    Period11/8/2211/8/26

    Keywords

    • Line flow sensitivity
    • Optimal power flow
    • Power system
    • Supply-end reserve
    • Transmission planning

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Computer Networks and Communications
    • Computer Science Applications
    • Energy Engineering and Power Technology
    • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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