E3S Web Conf.
Volume 233, 20212020 2nd International Academic Exchange Conference on Science and Technology Innovation (IAECST 2020)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||NESEE2020-New Energy Science and Environmental Engineering|
|Published online||27 January 2021|
Research on Optimization Planning Method of Distribution Network based on Spatial Load Forecast
Economic and Technical Research Institute of SEPC of SGCC, Taiyuan, China
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
Power grid planning is an important part in the development of power grid. With the rapid development of urban construction and electricity demand in recent years, electric power construction is faced with more kinds of pressure, such as land resources/environmental protection. In this paper, the difficulty of power grid planning is increasing rapidly. How to build a distribution network that the load and the urban construction can develop concordantly has become a key issue to be solved in the future. The traditional methods of distribution network planning focus on the grasp of the overall, whereas lack adequate consideration of the spatial distribution of load and planning of urban development. Thus, this paper proposes a method based on spatial load forecasting of urban distribution network planning g, and fully considers the load distribution of the space characteristics and urban construction. This method can make up for the defects of traditional methods effectively, thus has certain value and reference significance.
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