The book "Robust Energy Procurement of Large Electricity Consumers" was written by Dr. Sayyad Nojavan, in collaboration with other collogues, published by Springer.
This book identifies the challenges faced by large electricity consumers when they use several sources to procure their energy. The huge penetration of distributed energy resources and the intermittent nature of renewables can put the operations of the large electricity consumer at risk. The book discusses the different types of energy sources including the pool market, bilateral contracts, electrical vehicles, energy storage systems, and demand response programs in detail and presents solutions for robust and risk based scheduling. The author provides models for determining and considering uncertainties and optimal bidding strategies. The book is useful to engineers and students involved in the integration of various energy types as well as those working in state and federal governmental organizations who regulate different aspects of electricity market operation and planning.
- Presents solutions for robust and risk based scheduling;
- Discusses the operation and planning of energy storage systems;
- Presents the most-up-to-date technological approaches to energy integration.
This book is for the use of graduate students in electrical power engineering and planners of the electrical industry, including Engineers of the Energy and Distribution Networks, industrial owners, and for studying in the various areas of energy resources. Dr. Sayyad Nojavan
is a member of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the University of Bonab. He has published 53 journal articles, 30 conference papers, 12 book chapters and 2 scientific books in Elsevier and Springer publications, and so far 3 research projects which he has been conducted with Regional Power Distribution Company belong to government in Azerbaijan province, Iran.