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Track One

1. Track Title—Distributed Energy Systems Operation and Prediction control
2. Organizers:
Chair:Fangyuan Si,(Beijing Jiaotong University,Associate Professor
Co-chair:Kangping Li,(Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
Co-chair:Peng Lu,(China Agricultural University)
3. Abstract:
Due to the obvious intermittent and fluctuating nature of distributed generation systems and their poor grid performance, as the scale of distributed renewable energy generation continues to expand, its penetration rate in the grid is increasing, and its impact on the grid will gradually expand from local to local. The inherent stochastic fluctuation of distributed generation systems, combined with the decoupling property from the grid and the time-varying nature of multiple time scales under the power electronic structure, make the new distributed energy sources with an ultra-high penetration rate have a significant impact on the voltage, frequency, and even power angle stability of the grid. Therefore, the existing methods for assessing the local consumption capacity of distributed renewable energy in distribution grids have not fully considered the means of cooperation, constraints, and power refinement prediction results of multi-voltage distribution grids, it is important to study multi-dimensional distributed renewable energy consumption models applicable to different forms of multi-level distribution grid application scenarios. Furthermore, it is important to clarify the influence of distribution network topology, line parameters, and future planning of various types of loads on the ability to accept distributed renewable energy in order to study the multi-dimensional distributed renewable energy consumption models under multi-level distribution networks.
4. Content
We seek original completed and unpublished work not currently under review by any other journal/magazine/conference. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
 Distributed photovoltaic/wind power adaptive power prediction technology
 Distributed photovoltaic/wind power region dynamic partition method
 Factors affecting the acceptability of distributed photovoltaic/wind power
 Distributed photovoltaic/wind power admissible capacity calculation methodology
 Multi-level distribution network distributed photovoltaic/wind power multi-dimensional consumption model