Power-to-Gas in an ancillary service market

Power-to-Gas in an ancillary service market

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This chapter explores the potential of the PtG energy hub to participate in the ancillary service market. The two most important functions of the power grid ancillary services management are to: a.) balance generation output and load on the system on a continuous basis, and b.) adjust output from generator and sometimes also dropping download by management of consumption at end users. A simple techno-economic feasibility analysis of the PtG energy hub to offer regulation service in the ancillary service market has been carried out.

Chapter Contents:

  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Ancillary services: motivation
  • 5.3 PtG energy hubs in the ancillary services market
  • 5.4 Multiservice PtG energy hub model
  • 5.5 Mixed integer linear programming problem formulation
  • 5.6 Results
  • 5.7 Conclusions
  • References

Inspec keywords: hydrogen production; hydrogen storage; power grids; power markets; power system management

Other keywords: power grid ancillary service management; regulation service; generation output-load balancing; produced hydrogen storage; techno-economic feasibility analysis; generator output adjustment; PtG energy hub; ancillary service market; end user consumption management; power-to-gas energy hub

Subjects: Other energy storage; Power system management, operation and economics

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