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  Cornell University

Smart Integration Of Distributed Resources

Supported by the US Department of Energy and National Energy Technology Laboratory

Management of risk and uncertainty through optimized co-operation of transmission systems and microgrids with responsive loads


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The objective of this project is the development of a comprehensive co-optimization framework that incorporates the generation and transmission system with the distribution system and microgrids that include responsive loads and distributed generation.

The overarching objective of this work will be achieved through the pursuit of four primary tasks that include;

1) Develop multi area renewable resources modeling methods that preserve both spatial and serial correlations

2) Investigate demand response, DR, strategies to mitigate the impacts of renewables intermittency on operation costs

3) Study the interaction between the micro and macro grids

4) Develop a comprehensive optimization framework that incorporates renewables, DR and storage

Acknowledgment:  “This material is based upon work supported by the Department of Energy under Award Number(s) DE-OE0000843.”

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