A Day-Ahead Optimal Economic Dispatch Schedule for Building CCHP System Based on Centralized Energy Storage Infrastructure
This paper proposes a day-ahead optimal economic dispatch model for building Combined Cooling, Heat and Power (CCHP) system based on centralized energy storage infrastructure. In the model, the loads are met by the centralized energy storage equipment directly, and the storage equipment are charged by varieties of energy supply devices in the energy station of the building CCHP system. The model is solved by the interior point method with Hessian matrix iteration. Simulation results show that by performing the schedule made by the dispatch model, the storage status of the centralized energy storage fluctuates in large dynamic range by flexible charging and discharging and the daily operation cost of the building CCHP system decreases remarkably compared with other traditional schedule strategies.
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