Time series aggregation for energy system design: Modeling seasonal storage
Martin Robinius and
Applied Energy, 2018, vol. 213, issue C, 123-135
The optimization-based design of renewable energy systems is a computationally demanding task because of the high temporal fluctuation of supply and demand time series. In order to reduce these time series, the aggregation of typical operation periods has become common. The problem with this method is that these aggregated typical periods are modeled independently and cannot exchange energy. Therefore, seasonal storage cannot be adequately taken into account, although this will be necessary for energy systems with a high share of renewable generation.
Keywords: Energy systems; Renewable energy; Mixed integer linear programming; Typical periods; Time-series aggregation; Clustering; Seasonal storage (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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