Optimal Power Flow Solutions Incorporating Stochastic Solar Power withthe Application Grey Wolf Optimize
The present paper aims to validate an electrical network study in consisting of conventional fossil fuel generators with the integration of intermittent generation technologies based on renewable energy resources like wind power or solar photovoltaic (PV) are the stochastic power output. By using an optimal power flow (OPF) problem different frameworks are developed for solving that represent various operating requirements, such as minimization of production fuel cost, and preserving generation emission at the lowest levels... etc. The OPF analysis aims to find the optimal solution and is very important for power system operation with satisfying operational constraints, planning and energy management. However, the intermittent combination of solar exacerbates the complexity of the problem. Within the framework of these criteria, this paper is an overview of the application Grey Wolf Optimizer (GWO) algorithm which solves the OPF problem with renewable energy. The algorithm thus combined and constructed gives optimum results satisfying all network constraints. Give an explanation for findings are based thus need to be with the optimum to effectuate of network constraints.
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