Proceedings of the VIth International Workshop 'Critical Infrastructures: Contingency Management, Intelligent, Agent-Based, Cloud Computing and Cyber Security' (IWCI 2019)

The Long-Term Development Planning of Energy Critical Infrastructures of Vietnam

Authors
Alexei Edelev, Dmitriy Karamov, Van Binh Doan, Hoai Nam Nguyen, Hong Anh Nguyen, Viet Huong Nguyen
Corresponding Author
Alexei Edelev
Available Online September 2019.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iwci-19.2019.28How to use a DOI?
Keywords
generation expansion planning; renewable energy; long-term energy development; power system; decision support
Abstract
Renewable energy sources help increase the energy supply security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Vietnam. Highly variable and stochastic nature of renewable energy sources poses some challenges to study the problem of generation expansion planning for long-term perspective. The proposed multi-objective model for generation expansion planning considers the fuel restrictions on the power generation and transmission network to measure the geographical impact of the generation additions. Its objectives are minimization of investment, operation and transmission costs, environmental impact, imports of fuel and unmet demand cost Also the model takes into account the following types of constraints: flow balance constraints in the network with demand covering, power generation and transmission limit, generation and transmission investment, availability of local production of fossil fuels, system reliability requirements, maximum and minimum shares of RE resources, energy supply security requirements
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TY  - CONF
AU  - Alexei Edelev
AU  - Dmitriy Karamov
AU  - Van Binh Doan
AU  - Hoai Nam Nguyen
AU  - Hong Anh Nguyen
AU  - Viet Huong Nguyen
PY  - 2019/09
DA  - 2019/09
TI  - The Long-Term Development Planning of Energy Critical Infrastructures of Vietnam
BT  - VIth International Workshop 'Critical Infrastructures: Contingency Management, Intelligent, Agent-Based, Cloud Computing and Cyber Security' (IWCI 2019)
PB  - Atlantis Press
SP  - 162
EP  - 167
SN  - 1951-6851
UR  - https://doi.org/10.2991/iwci-19.2019.28
DO  - https://doi.org/10.2991/iwci-19.2019.28
ID  - Edelev2019/09
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