specialty journal of electronic and computer sciences
Optimization and Economic Analysis of Integrated Wind and Pump Storage Power Production and Storage System for Azadi Sport Complex, Tehran, Iran
A. Hajinezhad, P. Servati, E. Ziaee
In recent years, the uncontrolled growth of the use of fossil fuels and environmental problems created, have caused a lot of attention to optimization of energy consumption and use of renewable energy. One of the potential renewable energies that can be helpful in electricity generation is harness wind and water energy or using of these two kinds of energies simultaneously. In this paper, 2 wind turbines with 12 different scenarios are used to provide electricity for water pumps and the rest of the electricity is sold to the grid. These pumps for the supply of electricity to the three scenarios with three possibilities of per day, pump water into the reservoir with a capacity of 30,000 cubic meters. Considering that in this model power consumption per day is not known, every day water is pumped into the pool. Part of the water used to generate electricity and the rest is sold to the agricultural sector. According to the mentioned issues, software GAMS and Two Stage Optimization are used to optimize this model to consider the risk function of the net daily profit with respect to the amount of water pumped in each scenario.