A GEP-based RE integration framework and model for diesel-RE hybrid systems was proposed to determine the optimal plan for incorporating RE to achieve maximum savings in diesel use, along with the reduction in GHGs, for the selected Canadian Arctic communities. This model can encompass community microgrids and results can be report up to 20-25 years.
Remote Hybrid Microgrid Planning Model
Das, I., & Cañizares, C. A. (2019). Renewable Energy Integration in Diesel-Based Microgrids at the Canadian Arctic. Proceedings of the IEEE, 107(9), 1838-1856.
government, utilities, industry, researchers
wind, solar and load profiles, existing and new equipment costs and types
optimal operation and capital costs, investment plans, GHG savings