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A brand new class of microgrids, referred to as provisional microgrids, is introduced in this paper. Provisional microgrids hold similar characteristics as microgrids; but, do not possess the islanding capability and are smitten by one or more electrically connected microgrids for islanding functions. Removing the islanding requirements and relying on the accessible unused capability of existing microgrids characterizes provisional microgrids as enablers of rapidly deploying variable generation renewable energy resources in distribution networks and additional preventing underutilization of capital-intensive distributed energy resources in microgrids. Provisional microgrids are outlined and an uncertainty-constrained optimal scheduling model is developed, which considers prevailing uncertainties related to hundreds, nondispatchable generation, and market value forecasts, plus islanding incidents and therefore the available unused capability from coupled microgrids. The optimal scheduling downside is decomposed using Benders decomposition and solved via the strong optimization methodology. Numerical simulations study a take a look at provisional microgrid for exploring its economic, reliability, and environmental merits.
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