Integration Of Responsive Hybrid Loads Into An Electrical System With High Penetration Of Photovoltaic in Senegal

Authors

  • Ousmane CISSE Laboratory of Sciences and Techniques of Water and Environment (LaSTEE), Polytechnic School of Thiès, BP A10 Thiès, Senegal
  • Mouhamadou Thiam Laboratory of Sciences and Techniques of Water and Environment (LaSTEE), Polytechnic School of Thiès, BP A10 Thiès, Senegal
  • Mame Faty Mbaye Laboratory of Sciences and Techniques of Water and Environment (LaSTEE), Polytechnic School of Thiès, BP A10 Thiès, Senegal
  • Mamadou Wade Laboratory of Sciences and Techniques of Water and Environment (LaSTEE), Polytechnic School of Thiès, BP A10 Thiès, Senegal

Keywords:

PV penetration, demand response, cooking plate, excess green energy, unit commitment, LPG, EGE

Abstract

Pursuing the objective of improving the photovoltaic penetration rate in an electric mix dominated by thermal energy, the integration of the demand response is solicited to absorb the fluctuations and intermittencies induced by the energy from PV. In the work presented in this article hybrid loads (LPG and electrical) participate in the demand response, offering the advantage of targeting a household activity not yet taken into account in the load profile, but also avoiding the report and rebound effects often seen in Demand Side Management. It will be a question here of evaluating the capacity for these loads to absorb the energy surplus of origin PV whose quantity exceeds at certain time the demand coming from the conventional loads.

Published

2021-06-04