In the context of the energetic transition of Polynesia, Tahiti has set an ambitious target of reaching a 75% share of renewable production assets penetration in its electricity system by 2030. Tahiti relies on its hydro and solar potentials to reach this goal, while at the same time improving the security of supply of the island. It is in this context that Artelys has conducted a study for the “Energy services” (Services des Energies) of Tahiti to model the electricity system of the island in 2030 to assess the impacts of solar power plants combined with battery storage on the network. The analysis has adopted a sub-hourly time resolution combined with a very accurate description of the electricity system and the specificities related to insular systems.

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