Wind energy curtailment utilisation with a storage technology: applying cost-benefit base analysis in Scottish wind farms

Seda Canbulat, Kutlu Balc, Onder Canbulat

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Abstract

Growing concern about global warming has been revealing its impact gradually over the last decade. Excessive use of fossil fuels has been shown as one of the most significant reason of the global warming. As a mitigation measure, deployment of renewable energy resources is appeared to be an essential energy option. In the last decade, the world witnessed the considerable deployement of the renewable energy resources to meet energy need and wind energy has a vital role within this change. However, as the use of renewable energy sources grows up, coming across some challenges having an impact on the supply and demand balance is inevitable. As the wind energy is non-dispatchable resource, minimizing wind energy curtailment is an important part to harness wind energy efficiently. Deployment of storage technologies for wind energy with supporting policies could help to use wind energy wisely.
Original languageEnglish
Pages4
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2 Nov 2020
EventEnergy Technology Partnership Annual Conference 2020 - Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 2 Nov 20203 Nov 2020
https://www.etp-scotland.ac.uk/NewsandEvents/Events/ETP9thAnnualConference2020.aspx

Conference

ConferenceEnergy Technology Partnership Annual Conference 2020
Abbreviated titleETP 2020
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period2/11/203/11/20
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Keywords

  • energy management
  • wind energy curtailment
  • energy efficiency
  • storage technologies
  • cost benefit analysis
  • techno-economic analysis
  • case of Scotland
  • wind farms

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