Special Issues

Key Technology for New-Type Power System

Submission Deadline: 01 September 2023 (closed) View: 87

Guest Editors

Dongsheng Cai, Chengdu Univerisity of Technology, China.
Email: caidongsheng@cdut.edu

Xiao Xu, Sichuan University, China.
Email: xxiao@scu.edu.cn

Di Cao, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China.
Email: caodi_uestc@163.com


The green and low-carbon transformation of energy is a key measure to achieve carbon peaking and carbon neutralization. In the process of energy transformation, many problems such as the difficulties of guaranteeing power supply and grid security control, and the imperfect of the power market are becoming major challenges. In this context, building a new-type power system with a gradually increasing proportion of new energy has become an important direction. The new-type power system will stimulate the potential of flexible load side regulation and new energy storage technology. It forms a new structure for achieving renewable energy consumption based on the source-network-load-storage coordination, which adapt to the development and utilization of large-scale renewable energy. This conforms to the efficient power system of the future flexible and open power market system.


This special issue will select papers from 2023 The 5th Asia Energy and Electrical Engineering Symposium (AEEES 2023), Chengdu, China during March 23-26, 2023, http://aeees.org/.

You are welcome to submit your contributions.


Topics of interest include, but not limited to:

• Modeling and simulation of new-type power system

• Planning, operation and control of new-type power system

• Methods and strategies for improving new-type power system resilience

• The application of AI technologies in the new-type power system

• Power market mechanism and trading mode of the new-type power system

• New energy grid connection technology in the new-type power system


New-type power system, renewable energy, AI technology , storage technology

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