Gas emission optimization and optimal energy management of a microgrid operating by renewable and sustainable generation systems

Authors

  • Nabil MEZHOUD Electrical Engineering Department, LES Laboratory, Faculty of Technology, University 20 Août 11955-Skikda, Algeria.
  • Bilel AYACHI Electrical Engineering Department, LES Laboratory, Faculty of Technology, University 20 Août 11955-Skikda, Algeria.
  • Ahmed BAHRI Department of Automatics and Electromechanics, Faculty of science and technology, Materials, Energy Systems Technology and Environment Laboratory, Ghardaïa University, Ghardaïa, 47000, Algeria.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51485/ajss.v9i2.214

Keywords:

Renewable energy sources, energy management, distributed generator, micro-grids, particle swarm optimization

Abstract

The economic operation of electric energy generating systems is one of predominant problems in energy systems. Due to the need for better reliability, high energy quality, lower losses, lower cost and clean environment, the application of renewable and sustainable energy sources such as wind energy, solar energy, fuel cells, etc. in recent years has become more widespread mainly. In this work, one of most general of all swarm intelligence algorithms inspired by collective intelligent behavior of natural or artificial systems called the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) is applied to solve the Gas emission Optimization (GEO) and the Optimal Energy Management (OEM) problems of a micro-grid (MG) operating by Renewable and Sustainable Generation Systems (RSGS). Our main goal is to minimize nonlinear objective function of an electrical micro-grid taking into account of equality and inequality constraints. The PSO approach was examined and tested on a standard MG system composed of different types of RSGS such as wind turbines (WT), photovoltaic systems (PV), fuel cells (FC), micro turbine (MT), diesel generator (DEG) and loads with energy storage systems (ESS). The results are promising and show the effectiveness and robustness of proposed approach to solve the GEO and the OEM problems. The results of proposed method have been compared and validated with those known references published recently.

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Published

2024-06-30

How to Cite

[1]
MEZHOUD, N. , AYACHI, B. and BAHRI, A. 2024. Gas emission optimization and optimal energy management of a microgrid operating by renewable and sustainable generation systems. Algerian Journal of Signals and Systems . 9, 2 (Jun. 2024), 78-90. DOI:https://doi.org/10.51485/ajss.v9i2.214.

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