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Robustly Maximal Utilisation of Energy-Constrained Distributed Resources

We consider the problem of dispatching a fleet of distributed energy reserve devices to collectively meet a sequence of power requests over time. Under the restriction that reserves cannot be replenished, we aim to maximise the survival time of an energy-constrained islanded electrical system; and we discuss realistic scenarios in which this might be the ultimate goal of the grid operator. We present a policy that achieves this optimality, and generalise this into a set-theoretic result that implies there is no better policy available, regardless of the realised energy requirement scenario.

Author(s):

Michael Evans    
Imperial College London
United Kingdom

Simon H. Tindemans    
TU Delft
Netherlands

David Angeli    
Imperial College London
United Kingdom

 

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