Special Issue: Multienergy Systems
Volume 108, Issue 9
Special Issue Papers
This article is a tutorial on modeling and simulations of a multienergy system containing a portfolio of integrated electricity and gas distribution and district heating subsystems.
This article gives a review of standardized modeling and analysis of multienergy networks from the perspective of planning and operation, especially under low carbon circumstances.
This article provides a review of multienergy systems in the context of future low carbon energy systems based on electrification and very high variable renewable energy penetrations.
This article describes a modeling framework based on Markov decision processes to parameterize and model multienergy dynamics in dispatch tools.
This article offers a modern optimization perspective on the benefits of co-optimizing gas and electricity network operations in systems with a comparable penetration of renewables and gas-fired power plants.
This article discusses history and optimization approaches to long-term planning of interdependent but independently operated natural-gas and power systems.
This article demonstrates how multienergy systems have triggered fundamental research regarding flows of commodities in general networks.
This article explains new challenges in modeling and operations of the gas distribution systems associated with increased opportunities in gas-to-power activities at the distribution level.
This article reports studies on new opportunities in power- to-heat technology, taking advantage of the incidental access and unbalances of electricity due to integration of renewables.
This article is devoted to the data-driven analysis of utiliza- tion of the demand response resources at the distribution level.
This article demonstrates how water pumping in drinking water distribution networks can be treated as a flexible load in the power distribution network.
This article reviews opportunities and challenges in adapting and developing machine learning methodology and tools for studies in bulk power systems as well as in other distribution, microgrids, and multienergy systems.