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Track 2: Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid

Rui Wang, Northeastern University, Liaoning Shenyang
Xiaohan Yu, Northeastern University, Liaoning Shenyang
Zhongbao Wei, Beijing Institute of Technology, Beijing
Li Zhang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Hubei Wuhan

Chair: Rui Wang
Co-chairs: Xiaohan Yu, Zhongbao Wei, Li Zhang

Abstract—In recent years, energy consumption is increasing rapidly; as a result, the energy demand cannot be fulfilled using traditional power resources only. The development of microgrid with integrated renewable energy as the mainstay, and the realization of the major strategic goal of "carbon peak and carbon neutrality" have become important consensus in the industry. Microgrids are feasible alternatives to the conventional grid since they provide an integrating platform for micro resources-based distributed generators, storage equipment, loads, and voltage source converters at the user end.
In addition to improving energy efficiency, integrated microgrid helps reduce harmful green house gas emissions and support the grid by reducing congestion and peak loads. Furthermore, it decreases the risk of fault under multiple control modes of distributed renewable sources generations of wind and solar. The dual-mode operation capability of the integrated microgrid enables it to complement the power grid and operate independently during faults, which greatly improves the toughness and reliability of the power system.
However, wind, solar and storage integrated microgrid has no practical commercial application yet, due to their stochastic characteristics. Furthermore, integrating these sources into the existing grid can cause complex technical challenges as protection and control of multiple interconnected distributed generators and energy storage equipment. Therefore, it is one of the most important and latest research trends to develop appropriate strategies of grids control, protection, operational stability, and reliability.
This Special Session is intended to encourage scholars and experts to systematically discuss the latest research progress and development trends in " Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid " and the latest research advances in planning, operation, active support technologies and security assessment related to the integrated microgrid to promote the development of the system.

Invited Speakers:
Speaker 1: Pengfeng Lin, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai
Speaker 2: Bin. Hu, Zhejiang University, Zhejiang, Hangzhou

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
(1) Analysis and Stabilisation Mechanism of Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid
(2) Research on Stabilisation Support Technology of Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid
(3) Complex Modelling and Simulation of Integrated Microgrid
(4) Planning and Operation of Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid
(5) Fault Diagnosis and Condition Monitoring of Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid
(6) Security Analysis and Resilience Assessment of Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid
(7) Application of Power Electronics in Wind, Solar and Storage Integrated Microgrid
(8) Research on Distributed Generation and Energy Storage Technologies