Assessment of Sustainable Development of Wind Power Plant

Lihua Liang

Abstract


In the last two decades, the wind power generation has been rapidly and widely developed in many regions and countries for tackling the problems of environmental pollution and sustainability of energy supply. However, the high share of intermittent and fluctuating wind power production has also increased the burden of system operator for securing power system reliability during the operational phase. Moreover, the power system restructuring and deregulation have not only introduced the competition for reducing cost but also changed the strategy of reliability evaluation and management of power systems. There are common methods of sustainable development analysis such as survey and experts’ points, net present value (NPV), analytic hierarchy process (AHP), RBF Neural Network, sensitivity analysis, etc. However, the wind power plant assessment is a more complex process, involving various factors and uncertainties [1, 2], fuzzy comprehensive evaluation has a strong nonlinear mapping ability. The paper will apply fuzzy comprehensive evaluation to assess the sustainable development of the wind power plant and carry out examples to show the effectiveness.


DOI
10.12783/dtcse/iciti2018/29167

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