Energy Management System (EMS) models for the optimal real-time operation and control of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) for peak shaving and frequency regulation swegrids-logo

SweGRIDS research area Flexible Power Systems
SweGRIDS project code FPS30
Project type post-MSc
Status running
Researcher Hamza Shafique   (webpage)
University KTH (EPE)
Project period 2021-09-01 to 2021-12-31   
Project supervisor Lina Bertling Tjernberg   (webpage)
Industrial sponsors Svenska kraftnät, Vattenfall


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Project abstract

The scientific challenge is to propose an approach of optimal real-time operation and control of Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) for the correct delivery of peak shaving and frequency regulation services. The situational determination of the complexity of the models adopted for such an approach depending on the parametric requirements of the facility in question should also be considered. Academic literature is full of many complex optimization techniques that work very well on the utility scale, but a simpler approach is needed for smaller prosumers of electricity. This project proposes to design the approach of achieving the optimal balance between the design complexity of real-time operation and control models and the value generated by implementing such models. The Energy Management System (EMS) designed in [1],[2] tries to optimize the planning and scheduling for peak shaving and frequency regulation. A challenge in this project will be to design and implement an approach of correctly quantifying the inaccuracies associated with the planning and scheduling. These errors will then be used to complement the optimal real-time operation and control designs of the EMS.

It is crucial to design and implement the real-time operation and control component of the EMS, as only this implementation can accurately validate the economic and technical viability of the integrated EMS before its commercial use.

The expectation from this project is to design and test a fully integrated proof of concept of an EMS for BESS that performs peak shaving and frequency regulation.

References:
[1] H. Shafique, L. B. Tjernberg, D.-E. Archer and S. Wingstedt, "Energy Management System (EMS) of Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) – Providing Ancillary Services," IEEE PowerTech, Madrid, 2021.
[2] H. Shafique, L. B. Tjernberg, D.-E. Archer and S. Wingstedt, "Behind the meter strategies - Energy Management System with a Swedish case study"



Summary of work

Recent publications:

1. Behind the Meter Strategies: Energy management system with a Swedish case study. Hamza Shafique, Lina Bertling Tjernberg, Dan-Eric Archer, Samuel Wingstedt. 2021, IEEE Electrification Magazine.

2. Energy Management System (EMS) of Battery Energy Storage System (BESS)–Providing Ancillary Services. Hamza Shafique, Lina Bertling Tjernberg, Dan-Eric Archer, Samuel Wingstedt. 2021, IEEE Madrid PowerTech.


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Project reference-group

Nicholas Etherden,  Vattenfall
Robert Eriksson,  Svenska kraftnät and KTH
Dan-Eric Archer,  CheckWatt


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