Coordination of Multiple Energy Storage Units in a Low-Voltage Distribution Network


A methodology for the coordination of multiple battery energy storage systems (BESSs) is proposed for voltage control in low-voltage distribution networks (LVDNs). The main objective of this method is to unravel over-voltage issues with multiple suitably sized energy storage systems. The performance of coordinated management is compared with noncoordinated control using both a real-time digital simulator and a MATLAB model of a real U.K. LVDN with a high installed capability of solar photovoltaics. This is used to show that coordinated management is sturdy and effective at preventing voltage rise issues in LVDNs. The proposed coordinated control scheme is able to use the BESSs additional evenly, and thus reduces the costs of battery replacement to the storage operator in terms of both variety of batteries and maintenance visits.

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