This paper proposes an application of superconducting flywheel energy storages (SFESs) to compensate the power fluctuation of the large scale wind farm. Based on the global interest against global warming, the power capacity of the renewable generation, especially wind generation, has been increased steeply. However, since wind generations depend on the natural wind speed completely, the power output cannot be controlled. The power fluctuation caused by the non-controllable output characteristic may create voltage problem for local system and frequency problem for whole power system. To solve those problems, the hybrid application of the large-capacity battery energy storage system (BESS) and the high-speed superconducting flywheel energy storage system (SFES) are considered in Heangwon wind farm in Cheju Island in Korea. Through the case studies based on the site-measured output data, the optimal power and energy capacity of the BESSs and SFES are figured out.
- hybrid compensation
- power fluctuation
- wind generation
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering