Special Issue "AI Based Planning, Dispatching, and Operation of New Energy Systems"

Submission Deadline: 10 January 2022 (closed)
Guest Editors
Bo Yang, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China. Email: yangbo_ac@outlook.com  
 
Junhui Li, Northeast Electric Power University, China. Email: lijunhui@neepu.edu.cn  
 
Yiyan Sang, Shanghai University of Electric Power, China. Email: ethanyys@outlook.com  
 
Yixuan Chen, The University of Hong Kong, China. Email: yxchen@eee.hku.hk  
 
Yaxing Ren, University of Warwick, United Kingdom. Email: yaxing.ren@warwick.ac.uk

Summary

With large-scale utilization and widespread integration of various renewable energy (e.g., wind and solar energies) into modern power systems, traditional power system that mainly consists of fossil energy has experienced dramatical transformation. The proposed "New Power System" aims to construct a clean, low carbon, safe, and efficient modern energy system, which takes the renewable energy as the basis while other fossil energy as the supplementary. Meanwhile, with the maturity of deep learning, the improvement of computing power, and the wealth of big data accumulated in the Internet era, artificial intelligence technology has achieved a dramatical development and widespread applications in power systems over the last decade.

With large-scale renewable energy integrated into modern power systems, power generation output cannot be controlled on demand due to its power generation has strong randomness and uncertainties. At the same time, after the integration of massive distributed renewable energy, the accuracy of power load forecasting is also greatly reduced, which means that both the generation side and the consumption side have highly random fluctuations, which will bring great challenges to the balance adjustment and flexible operation of power system. Besides, the stability and efficiency during generation, transmission, distribution, and utilization of power system will also be fundamentally changed. Therefore, exploitation and application of various advanced artificial intelligence techniques to deal with planning, dispatching, and operation of new energy systems are imperative.


The aim of this Special Issue is to pursue first-class research along this direction, focusing on the most recent investigations and studies on planning, dispatching, and operation strategies for new power system based on artificial intelligence techniques. The targeted readers include both academic researchers and industry professionals. Researchers and experts worldwide are invited to submit high-quality original research papers and review articles on the subsequent potential topics. 

Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:

• Planning of renewable energy system 

• Operation planning and control of energy storage system

• Life cycle perception and analysis

• Fault diagnosis of electrical equipment

• Big data and AI based user portrait construction technology

• Cloud computing 

• Power demand response and economic dispatching algorithm

• Regulation technique for power system intelligent power consumption

• Power market


Keywords
Renewable energy, Energy storage, Power market, Regulation and control, Fault diagnosis, Artificial intelligence, Big data, Cloud computing.