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Optymalizacja pracy systemu dystrybucyjnego poprzez odpowiednią alokację oraz sterowanie

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The paper is dedicated to prove that it is possible to maximize energy production from Renewable Energy Sources (RES) by their allocation taking into consideration their volatile character of work. Annual energy maximization is the objective function in the analysis. It calculates as a product of installed capacity and capacity factor. Power flows are also calculated in the optimization process. The process uses real generation and demand profiles and is made as Mixed Integer-Linear Programming (MIPL) using software FICO® XPRESS. This method can be used by Distribution System Operators to estimate the potential of each distribution system.

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distribution system, Renewable Energy Sources, allocation


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