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Iterative Game Approach for Modeling the Behavior of Agents in a Competitive Flexibility Trading
The potential of end-users to modify their consumption pattern makes them an interesting resource for providing energy flexibility in energy communities. Thus, active end-users require sufficient incentives and automated ...
Multi-Agent Architecture for Peer-to-Peer Electricity Trading based on Blockchain Technology
The security of smart grids is put at risk due to their automation and remote access features. Blockchain technology can be used as a distributed ledger where data is stored and all the data transactions between the different ...
Two-Layer Game-Based Framework for Local Energy Flexibility Trading
A new configuration is required to model the behavior of customers, aggregators, the distribution system operator (DSO), and their interactions due to the active participation of customers in the local flexibility market. ...
Peer-to-Peer Electricity Market based on Local Supervision
The active participation of small-scale prosumers and consumers with demand-response capability and renewable resources can be a potential solution to the environmental issues and flexibility-related challenges. A local ...