Special Issue "Recent Advances toward Carbon-Neutral Power System"

Poria Astero (Guest editor)

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The integration of renewable energy sources (RES) and storage system to power systems plays a significant role in the carbon-neutral society. On the other hand, most RES are uncertain and variable sources. While power systems have been designed to handle the variable nature of demand, this additional variability and uncertainty in supply can pose new challenges for power system operation.

In these circumstances, the integration of a high share of RES requires smart grids, which are intelligent and digitized power systems optimally distributing electricity among prosumers. In this regard, the future smart grids must be secure, reliable, resilient, cost-efficient and market-based while integrating different energy sectors through one market and engaging the customer as central actors.

There are many challenges in achieving a carbon-neutral power system. Topics welcome to this Special Issue include but are not restricted to the following:

Power system assessment in the presence of variability and uncertainty
Modeling and analysis of power system performance with a high share of RES
Effect of recent advances in RES technologies in power system
Electricity market design in the presence of a high share of RES
The effect of RES in future ancillary service market
Energy community and local electricity market
Power system digitalization
IoT-based monitoring and control of smart power grid environment
Data analysis and networking tools in power system operation and design
Case studies on recent advances in smart grid and integration of RES
Original languageEnglish
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 4 Aug 2023
MoE publication typeC2 Edited book, conference proceedings or special issue of a journal


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