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Distributed and Decentralized Control of Residential Energy Systems Incorporating Battery Storage

Abstract : The recent rapid uptake of residential solar photo-voltaic (PV) installations provides many challenges for electricity distribution networks designed for one-way power flow from the distribution company to the residential customer. For grid-connected installations, intermittent generation as well as large amounts of generation during low load periods can lead to a degradation of power quality and even outages due to overvoltage conditions. In this paper we present four control methodologies to mitigate these difficulties using small-scale distributed battery storage. These four approaches represent three different control architectures: centralized, decentralized, and distributed control. These approaches are validated and compared using data on load and generation profiles from customers in an Australian electricity distribution network.
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https://hal.inria.fr/hal-01101305
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Karl Worthmann, Christopher M. Kellett, Philipp Braun, Lars Grüne, Steven R. Weller. Distributed and Decentralized Control of Residential Energy Systems Incorporating Battery Storage. 2014. ⟨hal-01101305⟩

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