The high penetration of converter-based distributed generations (DGs) to power system can give rise to the lack of rotational inertia while replacing the conventional synchronous generators (SGs), which provide the primary frequency reserve (PFR) in power systems. As the result, the decrease in PFR aggravates the frequency stability. To overcome this problem, the droop coefficients of governors in the remaining conventional SGs must be re-determined newly and properly. This paper proposes a new solution based on the grey wolf optimization (GWO) method to optimally select the droop coefficients of SG governors in the low-inertia large-scale power system due to the high penetration of renewables. The proposed solution is very effective for reducing the computational effort significantly, and it is able to recover not only the steady-state but also the transient frequency stability. To verify the effectiveness of proposed optimization solution based on the GWO method, several case studies are carried out on the practical Korea electric power system with the penetration of wind power plants of 4 GW.
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
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- Computer Science(all)
- Materials Science(all)