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Analysis on the Influence Factors of Wind Power Accommodation

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With the increase of wind power capacity in China, the situation of curtailment of wind power is getting worse. An annual sequence production simulation model is established with maximum wind power consumption as the objective function. The calculation of specific power grid operation in 2013 verifies the precision of this model. The impact of different factors on wind power accommodation as well as the impact of power grid reserve, wind resources and load on wind power curtailment is analyzed. The calculation results quantify the impact of different factors from power system to the accommodation of wind power and provide reference to solving the problem of wind power curtailment.

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Li, X. , Huang, Y. , Ma, S. , Li, C. and Ma, X. (2015) Analysis on the Influence Factors of Wind Power Accommodation. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 3, 162-169. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2015.34023.

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