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Network-aware approach for energy assets planning (operation & maintenance) and control

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Efficient planning for operation and maintenance of energy assets in the micro-grid is important to minimize the total cost for energy delivery across the network. A community level micro-grid with multiple energy storage nodes and renewable resources is considered, where energy storage nodes are purposed for multiple applications. The optimization model, developed for storage sizing and also day-ahead planning will be presented. Also an approximate model for optimal charge and discharge of storage nodes in a near real time basis will be described. Long-term maintenance planning by considering the network level information will be demonstrated as well. A top-down approach is implemented to optimize the maintenance strategy for assets within the micro-grid to reduce the network ownership cost and improve the assets’ availability.

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