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Effect of Renewable Energy Sources to the Stability of the Low Voltage Distribution Networks

SZABÓ, Z. MARCOŇ, P. ZEZULKA, F. ROUBAL, Z. VESELÝ, I. SAJDL, O.

Originální název

Effect of Renewable Energy Sources to the Stability of the Low Voltage Distribution Networks

Anglický název

Effect of Renewable Energy Sources to the Stability of the Low Voltage Distribution Networks

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en

Originální abstrakt

The paper describes the recent development in the area of renewable energy sources (RES). Shows the situations in countries supporting a great growth of RES, particularly in photovoltaic energy what leads to the big problems. The modelling of situation shows that in a very near future there will be a big overflow of electrical energy production in the low voltage networks (LVN). It would evoke necessity to transfer energy into higher voltage networks. However it's not possible, because of the protection systems of high voltage networks (HVN) are developed for the opposite flow of energy. The traditional power engineering industry assumes centralized energy sources (power plants), and delivers electrical energy into consumers via very high voltage networks (transition networks VHN), high voltage networks (HVN) into LVN. In the low voltage networks the energy is totally consumed. Because of the existing protection systems in the HVN, and the recent energy distributors and producers correspond with this traditional conception, is necessary to consume all energy from RES in the low voltage networks where it was produced. Our contribution deals with this phenomenon and offers some part solution of the problem.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper describes the recent development in the area of renewable energy sources (RES). Shows the situations in countries supporting a great growth of RES, particularly in photovoltaic energy what leads to the big problems. The modelling of situation shows that in a very near future there will be a big overflow of electrical energy production in the low voltage networks (LVN). It would evoke necessity to transfer energy into higher voltage networks. However it's not possible, because of the protection systems of high voltage networks (HVN) are developed for the opposite flow of energy. The traditional power engineering industry assumes centralized energy sources (power plants), and delivers electrical energy into consumers via very high voltage networks (transition networks VHN), high voltage networks (HVN) into LVN. In the low voltage networks the energy is totally consumed. Because of the existing protection systems in the HVN, and the recent energy distributors and producers correspond with this traditional conception, is necessary to consume all energy from RES in the low voltage networks where it was produced. Our contribution deals with this phenomenon and offers some part solution of the problem.

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@inproceedings{BUT115290,
  author="Zoltán {Szabó} and Petr {Marcoň} and František {Zezulka} and Zdeněk {Roubal} and Ivo {Veselý} and Ondřej {Sajdl}",
  title="Effect of Renewable Energy Sources to the Stability of the Low Voltage Distribution Networks",
  annote="The paper describes the recent development in the area of renewable energy sources (RES). Shows the situations in countries supporting a great growth of RES, particularly in photovoltaic energy what leads to the big problems. The modelling of situation shows that in a very near future there will be a big overflow of electrical energy production in the low voltage networks (LVN). It would evoke necessity to transfer energy into higher voltage networks. However it's not possible, because of the protection systems of high voltage networks (HVN) are developed for the opposite flow of energy. The traditional power engineering industry assumes centralized energy sources (power plants), and delivers electrical energy into consumers via very high voltage networks (transition networks VHN), high voltage networks (HVN) into LVN. In the low voltage networks the energy is totally consumed. Because of the existing protection systems
in the HVN, and the recent energy distributors and producers correspond with this traditional conception, is necessary to consume all energy from RES in the low voltage networks where it was produced. Our contribution deals with this phenomenon and offers some part solution of the problem.",
  address="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  booktitle="Draft Proceedings of Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium PIERS 2015 Prague",
  chapter="115290",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  year="2015",
  month="august",
  pages="1444--1448",
  publisher="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  type="conference paper"
}