The intermittent nature of renewable sources as wind and solar puts a challenge for their use in supply energy to small islands, isolated communities or in developing countries. The integration of battery energy storage system (BESS) or diesel groups is then mandatory. The aim of the paper is to propose a complete recurrent neural networks (RNN) based control strategy of the BESS accounting state of charge (SOC) and terminal voltage and that can be used for their size and to test the use of different type of BESS.

Recurrent neural network-based control strategy for battery energy storage in generation systems with intermittent renewable energy sources

CAPIZZI, GIACOMO;NAPOLI, CHRISTIAN
2011

Abstract

The intermittent nature of renewable sources as wind and solar puts a challenge for their use in supply energy to small islands, isolated communities or in developing countries. The integration of battery energy storage system (BESS) or diesel groups is then mandatory. The aim of the paper is to propose a complete recurrent neural networks (RNN) based control strategy of the BESS accounting state of charge (SOC) and terminal voltage and that can be used for their size and to test the use of different type of BESS.
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