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Energy Management of Integrated Energy System in Large Ports

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  • Explores seaport integrated energy systems targeting on port electrification and low-carbon operation
  • Establishes framework for optimal planning, and applications of integrated energy systems in seaports
  • Discusses the control and energy management strategies of seaport microgrids with renewable energy
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This open access book provides a detailed exploration of energy management in seaport integrated energy systems, highlighting their potential to replace conventional fuel-based energy usage and promote sustainable development of large ports. In order to achieve carbon neutrality, energy management technologies are crucial for the sustainable development of port systems that couple energies, logistics, and maritime transportation. Research on seaport integrated energy systems has attracted scholars and scientists from various disciplines, such as port electrification, logistics, microgrids, renewable energies, energy storages, and port automation. Taking a holistic approach, this book establishes a fundamental framework for the topic and discusses the electrification process, coupling mechanisms and modeling, optimal planning, low-carbon and economic operation, as well as applications of integrated energy systems in seaports. This book is intended for researchers, graduate students,and other readers interested in green seaport energy management and low-carbon operation technologies under the coupling between logistics and multi-energy systems.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China

    Wentao Huang, Moduo Yu

  • School of Smart Energy, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China

    Hao Li, Nengling Tai

About the authors

Dr. Wentao Huang has been in School of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, as an associate professor. Dr. Huang focuses on the control, protection, and energy management of port integrated energy system. He has an impressive publication record with 22 SCI papers as the first/corresponding author. In addition, he has obtained 26 authorized invention patents, out of which 2 have been successfully implemented. The author has also displayed expertise in standardization by applying for 2 national military standards, both of which were ranked 3rd. His exceptional contributions have earned them accolades including the first prize in the Shanghai Science and Technology Progress Award (ranked 1st), the first prize in the Science and Technology Progress Award of China Association of Shipbuilding Industry (ranked 2nd), Shanghai Youth Science and Technology Talent Award, and Xin Yixin Ship and Ocean Engineering Youth Talents Award. He has also received recognition at a national level with prestigious awards such as the China Youth May Fourth Medal and the Young Scientist of China Award. To top it all, he has been actively involved in various professional bodies such as the Education Department's Science and Technology Commission. He has been selected for the Shanghai Sailing Talent Program and serve as an editor for 3 SCI journals.

Dr. Moduo Yu has been engaged in research on electrified ports. He has published 17 papers in high-level domestic and foreign journals and conferences obtained for 6 invention patents, and published monographs titled “Key Technologies and Applications of Control and Protection for Integrated Ship Power Systems” (ranked 3rd). His research achievements have won the first prize of scientific and technological progress from the China Association of Shipbuilding Industry (ranked 9th), the gold medal of the China International “Internet+” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition and the Geneva International Invention Exhibition. He has presided over the National Natural Science Foundation of China's Youth Fund, participated in the joint fund project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and hosted the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology's high-tech ship special topics and sub-topics of the high-tech science research project, as well as completed the National 863 Plan supporting project, among others.

Mr. Hao Li is currently a doctoral student of school of smart energy, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Mr. Hao Li focuses on port carbon emission reduction and port electrification. His research interests include optimization of integrated port energy system, energy management of port microgrids, and planning of port energy transportation coupling systems.

Dr. Nengling Tai is a tenured professor and a vice dean of school of smart energy, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His research interests include control and protection of ship integrated power system, port electrification, and port integrated energy systems. He is responsible for three national key R&D programs and more than 20 national natural science foundation projects. He has published over 400 papers, including 58 SCI papers, and 186 EI papers, with the highest single paper being cited 628 times. He also has 48 granted invention patents. Additionally, he has authored or edited five books, including “Key Technologies and Applications of Large Ship Electrical Systems” and “Microcomputer Protection Technology and Its Engineering Applications”. His course on “Power System Relay Protection” being recognized as a top-level course in Shanghai. His research contributions have been recognized with numerous awards, including the Geneva International Invention Award, the first prize of the Shanghai Science and Technology Progress Award, the first prize of the Science and Technology Progress Award granted by Chinese Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, and the second prize of the Shanghai Industry-University-Research Cooperation Excellent Project Award.

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