Optimal Integration of the Renewable Energy to the Grid by Considering Small Signal Stability Constraint

I Made Wartana, Ni Putu Agustini, Jai Govind Singh


In recent decades, one of the main management’s concerns of professional engineers is the optimal integration of various types of renewable energy to the grid. This paper discusses the optimal allocation of one type of renewable energy i.e. wind turbine to the grid for enhancing network’s performance. A multi-objective function is used as indexes of the system’s performance, such as increasing system loadability and minimizing the loss of real power transmission line by considering security and stability of systems’ constraints viz.: voltage and line margins, and eigenvalues as well which is representing as small signal stability. To solve the optimization problems, a new method has been developed using a novel variant of the Genetic Algorithm (GA), specifically known as Non-dominated Sorting Genetic Algorithm II (NSGA-II). Whereas the Fuzzy-based mechanism is used to support the decision makers prefer the best compromise solution from the Pareto front. The effectiveness of the developed method has been established on a modified IEEE 14-bus system with wind turbine system, and their simulation results showed that the dynamic performance of the power system can be effectively improved by considering the stability and security of the system.


Eigenvalue, Optimal integration, Renewable energy, Security, Stability,

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v7i5.pp2329-2337

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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