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AC-DC Bidirectional Converter-based Flexible Interconnection for Low Voltage Side in Power Systems

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Author keywords
AC-DC power converter, load management, power system interconnection, power system reliability, transforms

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power(34), distribution(13), control(13), system(11), energy(11), technology(8), systems(8), generation(7), network(6), strategy(5)
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Date of Publication: 2024-02-29
Volume 24, Issue 1, Year 2024, On page(s): 81 - 90
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2024.01009
SCOPUS ID: 85189447769

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Against the background of 'Emission Peak, Carbon Neutrality', there is a significant integration of new energy into the power grid. The characteristics of double high and double peak in power systems become more pronounced, posing a substantial challenge to the stability and energy coordination of the power grid. To address this, we propose a flexible interconnection scheme based on an AC-DC bidirectional converter. It can solve the problem of high-load caused by new energy generation. Firstly, high-load and adjacent substations are flexibly interconnected through the DC bus on the low-voltage side, enabling load management within a small range. Secondly, AC-DC power transfers the excess new energy generation to other substations. It can promote the absorption of new energy. This method can improve the utilization efficiency of distribution transformers, realize capacity sharing between different transformers, and improve the reliability of power systems in low-voltage distribution networks. Finally, based on a DC interconnection project in Shandong Province (China), the effectiveness of the proposed flexible interconnection scheme is verified. The new energy consumption increases from 5% to 24.4%, and the load rate of high-load transforms drops below 70%.


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