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The Benefit of Energy Storage Systems to the Taiwan Energy Transition 〡儲能系統對台灣能源轉型的助益

 

Dr. Chin-Chung Wu / 吳進忠

Director | Department of System Operations 

Taiwan Power Company  

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

 

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Dept. of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST)
  • London Business School (LBS)  Senior Management Courses

 

EXPERTISE

  • Power Systems Planning, Dispatching, Control and Operation, Operational Management
  • Electricity Market Transactions and Ancillary Services
  • Demand Response and Demand Side Management

 

EXPERIENCE

  • Director, Department of System Operations, Taiwan Power Company (2019~Present)
  • Deputy Director, Department of System Operations, Taiwan Power Company (2016~2019
  • Superintendent for Central Coordination, Department of System Operations, Taiwan Power Company (2015~2016)
  • Chief of Planning Division, Department of System Operations, Taiwan Power Company (2009~2015)
  • Chief of Dispatching Division, Department of System Operations, Taiwan Power Company (2008~2009)
  • Head of Application Sub Division, Department of System Operations, Taiwan Power Company (2005~2008)
  • Duty Officer, Department of System Operations, Taiwan Power Company (1996~2005)
  • Electrical Engineer, Taipei Area Power Supply Operations Department, Taiwan Power Company (1990~1996)
  • Energy Efficiency Expert, APEC Peer Review on Energy Efficiency (PREE) on Malaysia and Philippines (2010~2012)

 

ABSTRACT

 

The intermittent and unpredictable nature of renewable energy is the biggest challenge for renewable energy integration and power dispatch.  It either results in system frequency instability and drastic regional network voltage variation, or more seriously causes transmission lines congestion and regional network voltage instability.  The feasible solution is to deploy various kinds of ancillary services to mitigate the impact of drastic fluctuation of renewable energy supply in order to balance the generation and load to keep a stable frequency and voltage.  

 

The fast response and charge/discharge capability of the energy storage system enables it to provide various kinds of ancillary services, such as Regulation Reserve, Fast Responsive Reserve, Spinning Reserve, Supplemental Reserve, Ramp Capability Product (RCP), Reactive Power and Voltage Control, etc.  The smoothing and shifting applications of the energy storage system will greatly benefit the future energy transition with high penetration of renewable energy, especially overcome the impact resulting from the duck curve created by 20GW solar power.

 

 

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