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Integration of Increasing Wind Power into Electricity Grid in China: With a Focus on Institutional Matters

Xin, Ouyang LU (2012) In IIIEE Master thesis IMEN56 20121
The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics
Abstract
This thesis focuses on what can be done from institutional prospective to integrate increasing
amount of wind power to the system in China. By looking into what are current grid
integration problems in China at institutional level and how the best insternational practice,
the Danish grid integration, look like and the lessons from institutional prospective and
comparison between two systems are made.
It became clear that 1) overall planning of wind power development at central and local levels,
among various key stakeholders and finally between wind pwor plants and other power plants
shall be further coordinated. Responsibilities in various authorities shall be clearly defined to
avoid overlap; 2) Grid integration management system... (More)
This thesis focuses on what can be done from institutional prospective to integrate increasing
amount of wind power to the system in China. By looking into what are current grid
integration problems in China at institutional level and how the best insternational practice,
the Danish grid integration, look like and the lessons from institutional prospective and
comparison between two systems are made.
It became clear that 1) overall planning of wind power development at central and local levels,
among various key stakeholders and finally between wind pwor plants and other power plants
shall be further coordinated. Responsibilities in various authorities shall be clearly defined to
avoid overlap; 2) Grid integration management system including setup and enforcement of
various standards, certification and testing system, mechism to help to improve predicting and
forcasting forcasting capacity, and last, the capacity in key institutes are key to the
improvement; 3) Policies to prioritize wind power in the dispatching shall be issued and
enforced as mandatory, while more flexible price and supporting scheme including
environemtn tax on conventional power plants, and Green Certificate Scheme shall be
considered. 4) At last flexibility on demand side is needed to better facilitate with shifting the
peak load, and dispatching. In conclusion, from institutional prospective, China needs to have
a better grid and operation management, policy framework, and and incentives to build a
robust and flexible power system to integrate increasing wind power. (Less)
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author
Xin, Ouyang LU
supervisor
organization
course
IMEN56 20121
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
wind power, power system, grid integration, China, Denmark
publication/series
IIIEE Master thesis
report number
2012:10
ISSN
1401-9191
language
English
id
3126067
date added to LUP
2012-10-04 14:44:21
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  abstract     = {This thesis focuses on what can be done from institutional prospective to integrate increasing
amount of wind power to the system in China. By looking into what are current grid
integration problems in China at institutional level and how the best insternational practice,
the Danish grid integration, look like and the lessons from institutional prospective and
comparison between two systems are made.
It became clear that 1) overall planning of wind power development at central and local levels,
among various key stakeholders and finally between wind pwor plants and other power plants
shall be further coordinated. Responsibilities in various authorities shall be clearly defined to
avoid overlap; 2) Grid integration management system including setup and enforcement of
various standards, certification and testing system, mechism to help to improve predicting and
forcasting forcasting capacity, and last, the capacity in key institutes are key to the
improvement; 3) Policies to prioritize wind power in the dispatching shall be issued and
enforced as mandatory, while more flexible price and supporting scheme including
environemtn tax on conventional power plants, and Green Certificate Scheme shall be
considered. 4) At last flexibility on demand side is needed to better facilitate with shifting the
peak load, and dispatching. In conclusion, from institutional prospective, China needs to have
a better grid and operation management, policy framework, and and incentives to build a
robust and flexible power system to integrate increasing wind power.},
  author       = {Xin, Ouyang},
  issn         = {1401-9191},
  keyword      = {wind power,power system,grid integration,China,Denmark},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {IIIEE Master thesis},
  title        = {Integration of Increasing Wind Power into Electricity Grid in China: With a Focus on Institutional Matters},
  year         = {2012},
}