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Key Technologies and Challenges of Low-carbon Integrated Energy System Planning for Carbon Emission Peak and Carbon Neutrality
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1.Key Laboratory of Control of Power Transmission and Conversion, Ministry of Education (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), Shanghai 200240, China;2.State Grid Economic and Technological Research Institute Co., Ltd., Beijing 102209, China;3.NARI Technology Co., Ltd., Nanjing 211106, China

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For the carbon emission peak and carbon neutrality, deep decarbonization of the energy system is imperative. The low-carbon integrated energy system is a form of multi-energy system, which actively or passively reduces carbon emission by integrating carbon capture technologies, increasing the proportion of non-carbon energy, and fully mobilizing the flexible resources of the source-grid-load-storage. This paper reviews and prospects the key technologies of low-carbon integrated energy system planning. First, the target and path optimization methods of energy transformation are presented. Then, modeling methods of key elements in the low-carbon integrated energy system are summarized from the aspects of carbon capture and renewable energy accommodation. On this basis, according to the characteristics of different levels of low-carbon integrated energy systems, the cross-regional-level low-carbon integrated energy system planning method integrated with the carbon capture technology and high-proportional clean energy, the district-level low-carbon integrated energy system planning method considering multiple types of clean energy and flexible resources, the user-level low-carbon integrated energy system planning method considering energy consumption characteristics of users and building attributes are commented, respectively. Finally, the future development challenges of low-carbon integrated energy system planning methods at different levels are prospected.

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This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. U1966206, No. 52177099).

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[1]ZHANG Shenxi, WANG Danyang, CHENG Haozhong, et al. Key Technologies and Challenges of Low-carbon Integrated Energy System Planning for Carbon Emission Peak and Carbon Neutrality[J]. Automation of Electric Power Systems,2022,46(8):189-207. DOI:10.7500/AEPS20210703002
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  • Received:July 03,2021
  • Revised:October 27,2021
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  • Online: April 14,2022
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