Research on Distributed Renewable Energy Power Measurement and Operation Control Based on Cloud-Edge Collaboration

Authors

  • Jingming Zhao Metrology Center of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation Guangdong Power Grid New Energy Application Research and Development Technology Park, No. 9 Meilinhu Road, Shijiao Town, Qingcheng District, Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province, 511545, China
  • Sheng Huang Metrology Center of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation Guangdong Power Grid New Energy Application Research and Development Technology Park, No. 9 Meilinhu Road, Shijiao Town, Qingcheng District, Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province, 511545, China
  • Qianqian Cai Metrology Center of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation Guangdong Power Grid New Energy Application Research and Development Technology Park, No. 9 Meilinhu Road, Shijiao Town, Qingcheng District, Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province, 511545, China
  • FanQin Zeng Metrology Center of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation Guangdong Power Grid New Energy Application Research and Development Technology Park, No. 9 Meilinhu Road, Shijiao Town, Qingcheng District, Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province, 511545, China
  • Yongzhi Cai Metrology Center of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation Guangdong Power Grid New Energy Application Research and Development Technology Park, No. 9 Meilinhu Road, Shijiao Town, Qingcheng District, Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province, 511545, China

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4108/ew.5520

Keywords:

Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE), Power Measurement, Operation Control, Cloud-Edge Collaboration, Energy Management Systems (EMS)

Abstract

This paper examines how we can combine two big trends in solar energy: the spread of solar panels and wind turbines to renew the power grid, and cloud and edge computing technology to improve the way the grid works. Our study introduces a new strategy that is based on a means to exploit the power of cloud computing’s big data handling ability, together with the capacity of edge computing to provide real-time data processing and decision making. The method is designed to address major challenges in renewables systems making the system bigger and more reliable, and cutting the time delays in deciding how the system should respond. These are the kinds of changes that will be necessary so that we can blend solar and wind power into our current power grid, whether we are ready to say goodbye to coal or natural gas power. Our paper presents a way in which we believe that renewables systems can work more smoothly and effectively. This includes making it easier to measure how much power is being generated, to control these systems so that they function much like traditional power plants, and hence, to allow renewable energy to be part of a reliable and efficient part of our electricity supply. These are all crucial steps in using technology to make more of the green power from the sun – which we must do for our energy usage to be more earth friendly.

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22-03-2024

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Zhao J, Huang S, Cai Q, Zeng F, Cai Y. Research on Distributed Renewable Energy Power Measurement and Operation Control Based on Cloud-Edge Collaboration. EAI Endorsed Trans Energy Web [Internet]. 2024 Mar. 22 [cited 2024 Apr. 21];11. Available from: https://publications.eai.eu/index.php/ew/article/view/5520