The power management at the point of common coupling is required for the efficient operation of an energy park (PGS). The power plant controller is the central component of the park, which consists of different power generation units (PGU), such as CHP units, photovoltaic installations (PV), battery storage systems or wind turbines. This takes over the control of power and the resulting setting of manipulated variables for the individual power generation units.
The power setpoint for the entire park is transferred from higher-level instances such as supply network operators and direct marketers to the power plant controller. This in turn takes over the calculation of the setpoints for the individual power generation units and sends this information to them.
Power Plant and Grid Control
|SPPC||Smart Power Plant Controller|