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Study on Renewable Penetration Limits in a Typical Indonesian Islanded Microgrid considering the Impact of Variable Renewables Integration and the Empowering Flexibility on Grid Stability

By Banjar Nahor Kévin, Lauric Garbuio, Vincent Debusschere, Nouredine Hadjsaid, Thi thu ha Pham and Sinisuka Ngapuli


International audienceAbstract—This study assesses the impacts of variablerenewables and the use of flexibility on frequency, voltage, andangle stability in a typical isolated microgrid in Indonesia. Thesimulations in Power Factory have illustrated the flexibilityoptions and the stability behavior evolution, considering aparametric study on the shares of inverter-based variablerenewable energy resources. The 10% limit of variablerenewables in Indonesian microgrids is also discussed and provento be rather pessimistic, as this research reaches theinstantaneous penetration rate varying from 0% to 31.3% in theconsidered scenarios

Topics: [SPI.NRJ]Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electric power
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:HAL:hal-01913120v1
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