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Power system transition in China under the coordinated development of power sources, network, demand response, and energy storage

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Abstract China is transiting its power system towards a more flexible status with a higher capability of integrating renewable energy generation. Demand response (DR) and energy storage increasingly play important roles to improve power system flexibility. The coordinated development of power sources, network, DR, and energy storage will become a trend. This paper examines the significance of source‐network‐demand‐storage coordinated development. Furthermore, an outlook of the power system transition in China is provided by virtue of source‐network‐demand‐storage coordinated planning. The paper also assesses the integration of multiple urban infrastructures in China and its impacts on source‐network‐demand‐storage coordination. Lastly, challenges for achieving the source‐network‐demand‐storage coordination and suggested measures are discussed. This article is categorized under: Energy Research & Innovation > Systems and Infrastructure Energy and Urban Design > Systems and Infrastructure
Schematic diagram of source‐network‐demand‐storage coordinated planning
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Development of energy storage from now to 2050. (a) Total capacity of energy storage and (b) energy storage capacity in various regions
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Development of DR from now to 2050. (a) Total capacity of DR and (b) DR capacity in various regions
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Power flow among various regions in 2050
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Installed capacity of various power sources from now to 2050 in China
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Schematic diagram of the optimization model of source‐network‐demand‐storage coordinated planning
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