Ya.P. Lukashevych, V.A. Evdokimov

Èlektron. model. 2022, 44(5):90-101


The article proposes and substantiates an original approach to the design of a monitoring information system of the state and dynamics of development of generating facilities of regional energy systems, which include an ever-growing number of power plants based on renewable energy sources. The development of a new system for describing these power plants by expanding the list of indicators of their functioning is a distinctive feature of the proposed approach. In contrast to the description of the indicators of the facilities of electricity producers of the centralized power system, their detailing at the level of regional power systems regarding the types of energy resources used for power generation, as well as the characteristics of their connection to (high-voltage or distribution) power transmission networks, was added. The main purpose of the information system proposed for development has been defined - it is the formation of an information resource that is updated for solving the assignments of modeling pricing processes in the electric energy market and developing regulatory mechanisms for stimulating the development of renewable energy at the level of regional energy systems of the United Energy System of Ukraine.


renewable energy sources, electric energy, information system, data array.


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