Power Grids with Renewable Energy
Storage, integration and digitalization
Generation of electricity from renewable sources has become a necessity, particularly due to environmental concerns. In order for renewable sources to provide reliable power, their sporadic availability under certain conditions and the lack of control over the resource must be addressed. Different renewable energy sources and storage technologies bring various properties to the table, and power systems must be adapted and constructed to accommodate these. Power electronics and micro-grids play key roles in enabling the use of renewable energy in the evolving smarter grids.
This book, written by well-known researchers with broad expertise and successful publication records, provides a systematic overview of modern power systems with integrated renewable energy. Chapters provide concise coverage of renewable energy generation, of storage technologies including chemical, electrostatic and thermal storage systems, and of energy integration, power conditioning systems, economic dispatch and scheduling, EV integration, as well as communications and cyber-security in power systems.
This work is a highly valuable resource for researchers in industry and academia involved with renewable energy technology and power systems, for advanced students of related subjects, and for utilities engineers and professionals.
About the Author
Abdelhay A. Sallam is Professor Emeritus in Port Said University, Egypt. He has published over 100 papers in international journals and conferences and 2 books, has supervised thesis of over 60 students and has had 17 years of experience in industry.
Om P. Malik is Professor Emeritus in the University of Calgary, Canada. His publication record comprises over 375 papers in international journals such as IEEE Transactions and IET (formerly IEE) Proceedings, and he has presented over 360 papers in international conferences. He is the author of two books. Under his supervision, 52 PhD and 58 Masters students have successfully completed their degrees.