Large Scale Wind Power Grid Integration: Technological and Regulatory Issues presents engineers with detailed solutions on the challenges of integrating and transmitting electricity generated from high power wind installations, covering all of the standard engineering issues associated with high power wind generation. The book includes detailed case studies from eight wind power bases in China, providing important insights for engineers in countries that are seeking to develop large-scale wind power farms. Also discussed is the emergence of 10 GW-level wind power bases that are now operational in China and those that are planned for offshore construction in Europe, the U.S., and other places in the world.
China’s leadership in Large-scale wind power bases with capacities over 1 GW (which already account for approximately 70%-80% of the total installed capacity in China) means that globally, engineers who are challenged with developing large-scale wind power installations can gain access to the experiences of Chinese engineers in this important technology.
- Presents the first book to extensively introduce the technique of 10-GW wind power base
- Discusses the technology of large-scale wind power delivery and consumption, including the analysis, simulation and calculation of wind power delivery capacity, system stabilization and control, wind power prediction and forecasting, peak load and frequency regulation of power generation
- Introduces the background policy related to large-scale wind power delivery and the consumption plan, investigation of the present wind power policies around the world and the executive plan for the Jiuquan 10-GW wind power base
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About the Author
Chongqing Kang works as the director of the National Exmplary Center of Faculty Teaching development in Tsinghua University. He is an IET Fellow, Senior Member of IEEE and the Senior Member of Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering. He worked as the PI on 12 projects funded by Tsinghua University and 31 industrial projects and has received the first prize for Progress in S&T of the State Grid.
Received a Post doctor degree from the Department of Resources and Environment Science of Beijing Normal University, Dongming is now the director of the Director and the Associate Professor of the Center for Renewable Energy Development, Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission.
Table of Contents
Volume I Large-scale Wind Power Delivery and Consumption Technology
Chapter I General
Chapter II Analysis of Wind Power Characteristics
Chapter III Simulating Calculation of Wind Power Delivery Capacity
Chapter IV System Stabilization and Control Technology with Access of Large-scale Wind Power
Chapter V Wind Power Prediction and Forecast
Chapter VI Wind Power Peak Load and Frequency Regulation Technology
Chapter VII Analysis and Demonstration of Large-scale Wind Power Delivery and Consumption Scheme
Chapter VIII Current Situation and Problems of Large-scale Wind Power Delivery and Consumption
Chapter IX Recommendations on Supporting Policies on Large-scale Wind Power Delivery and Consumption
Chapter X Application Scheme of Supporting Policy in Wind Power Base, Jiuquan, Gansu
Chapter XI Development and Prospect
Appendix A General Information on Planning of China’s Tens-of-millions-kilowatt-level Wind Power Base
Appendix B Domestic and Overseas Wind Power Data Statistics
Appendix C Domestic and Overseas Wind Power Technical Standards