The Distributed Energy System ( Des )

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The attention on the distributed energy system (DES) has grown considerably over the last few years. In comparison to the conventional centralized large-scale power plant, the DES shows great advantages by offering end users a diversified energy supply, higher power efficiency, lower transmission and distribution losses and lower pollutant emissions. DES typically is a suite of on-site grid-connected or stand-alone energy system and has various types such as combined cooling, heating, and power plant (CCHP), biomass-fueled plant, solar power plant and wind power plant et al [1][2]. It is widely applicable in industrial plants, commercial and resident buildings, with energy efficiency and economic competitiveness [3].
In spite of the significant development of DES, the rational design and management of DES, that could maximize the economic and efficient saving benefits, is still a complex and challenge task. In order to meet end-users’ energy demands, the DES design requires a reasonable determination of system structure and configuration by selecting appropriate equipment including their capacities and number. On the other hand, the optimal management of DES is demanded, and therefore, the operating strategies including operation status and load allocation of equipment need to be determined.
In order to address the aforementioned task regarding the DES design and management, mathematical modeling or simulation has been used widely to evaluate the characteristics and
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