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JST CREST  Strategic Basic Research Programs

Research Area
  Creation of Fundamental Theory and Technology to Establish a Cooperative Distributed Energy Management System and Integration of Technologies Across Broad Disciplines Toward Social Application  
Research Project
  System Theory for Harmonized Power System Control Based on Photovoltaic Power Prediction
Project Duration
  April 2015 - March 2020
The main purpose of this research project is to develop a system theory of more advanced generation power system control in order to achieve a harmonized power supply under a large penetration of photovoltaic (PV) power systems. More specifically, this project aims to develop a power system control framework and methodology fully exploiting PV/demand power prediction as well as focusing on functions and properties of a middle layer consisting of various kinds of power aggregators such as demand-response aggregators, electricity-trading balancing groups, and cooperative electric power converters in addition to both sides of supply and demand. This research is performed from the following five viewpoints: PV power prediction, supply and demand control, consumer-side control, control of power transmission and distribution systems, and basic systems theory.