Methodology for Factual Justification to Prioritize Critical Infrastructures during Emergency Power Supply

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Paper number
0399
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CIRED 2018 Ljubljana Workshop
Conference date
7 - 8 June 2018
Conference location
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Peer-reviewed
Yes
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Steinhart, Christoph, Augsburg, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Baumgartner, Sonja, Augsburg, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Finkel, Michael, Augsburg, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Witzmann, Rolf, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Abstract
Large-scale blackouts with a long duration have serious impacts on society and can easily reach the dimension of a national crisis. Stable local island power systems, energized by the locally available population of decentralized power units can supply at least the most critical consumers and thereby decrease the potential damage of large-scale blackouts immensely. The research project LINDA developed such an isolated grid emergency concept, which was successfully verified both in transient simulations and in three field tests. Thus a technical solution is available. The energy supply has to be in a non-discriminatory manner by law. But the limited generation capacity in an emergency supply situation may require the disconnection of loads with subordinate priority for society. This discrimination is only permissible, if it is based on objective reasons. Therefore, a methodology for factual justification of prioritized supply of critical infrastructures in emergency situations is presented.
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AIM
Date
2018-06-07
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https://www.cired-repository.org/handle/20.500.12455/1105
http://dx.doi.org/10.34890/114
ISSN
2032-9628
ISBN
978-2-9602415-1-8