EPJ Web Conf.
Volume 217, 2019International Workshop on Flexibility and Resiliency Problems of Electric Power Systems (FREPS 2019)
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A Study on the Black Start Process of a real Distribution Network with CHP plants and BESS
Es-geht!-Energiesysteme GmbH, 10827 Berlin, Germany
2 TU Dortmund, Institute for Energy Systems, Energy Efficiency and Energy Economics, 44227 Dortmund, Germany
Published online: 15 October 2019
The power system experiences many changes, which are leading to new challenges. The electric energy will no longer be generated only by large power plants, but rather by numerous decentralized energy resources that are primarily installed in distribution grids. In particular, power system restoration processes after a blackout will face new challenges. However, new opportunities by the widespread use of renewable energy resources arise. In this paper, the black start capability of a real distribution grid in Germany, operated by SWW Wunsiedel, will be investigated, as it has a high share of decentralised energy resources and a BESS with black start capability. For this purpose, the medium voltage level of the distribution grid is investigated with static load flow simulations to evaluate the best black start strategy. The driving forces of this black start concept are an 8 MW BESS unit and a 13.5 MW CHP plant.
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