Abstract: In this paper, we establish energy-hub networks as multi-energy systems and present a relevant model-predictive cascade mitigation control (MPC) scheme within the framework of energy hubs. The performance of both open-and closed-loop mitigation schemes is investigated for various energy storage scenarios. The results are illustrated using a small 11-hub network and a larger 69-hub network and show that sizing and performance ratings of energy storage devices have significant effect on cascade mitigation control in multi-energy systems. Specifically, we conclude that increasing energy storage capacity and limiting the rate of energy delivery improves long-term performance of our closed-loop MPC scheme.
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