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Network-constrained joint energy and flexible ramping reserve market clearing of power- and heat-based energy systems : a two-stage hybrid IGDT-stochastic framework
This article proposes a new two-stage hybrid stochastic–information gap-decision theory (IGDT) based on the network-constrained unit commitment framework. The model is applied for the market clearing of joint energy and ...
Decentralised demand response market model based on reinforcement learning
(The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2020-09-16)
A new decentralised demand response (DR) model relying on bi-directional communications is developed in this study. In this model, each user is considered as an agent that submits its bids according to the consumption ...
A general mathematical model for LVRT capability assessment of DER-penetrated distribution networks
Low voltage ride through (LVRT) is one of the indispensable issues of recent decade in the context of grid codes. LVRT stands for the ability of a generation facility to stay connected during the voltage dip. Despite the ...
Robust Primary Control of Microgrids for Parametric and Topological Uncertainties: A Quest for Resilience
In this paper, a robust droop-based control structure is developed in primary level of a hierarchical control scheme for robust performance and robust stability against parametric and topological uncertainties to 1) improve ...
Sizing and Allocation of Battery Energy Storage Systems in Åland Islands for Large-Scale Integration of Renewables and Electric Ferry Charging Stations
The stringent emission rules set by international maritime organisation and European Directives force ships and harbours to constrain their environmental pollution within certain targets and enable them to employ renewable ...
Optimal Day-Ahead Self-Scheduling and Operation of Prosumer Microgrids Using Hybrid Machine Learning-Based Weather and Load Forecasting
Prosumer microgrids (PMGs) are considered as active users in smart grids. These units are able to generate and sell electricity to aggregators or neighbor consumers in the prosumer market. Although the optimal scheduling ...
Optimal management of demand response aggregators considering customers' preferences within distribution networks
(Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), 2020-12-04)
In this paper, a privacy-based demand response (DR) trading scheme among end-users and DR aggregators (DRAs) is proposed within the retail market framework and by Distribution Platform Optimizer (DPO). This scheme aims to ...
Strategic Offering of a Price Maker Wind Power Producer in Distribution-Level Energy Markets in Presence of Flexible Prosumers
This paper presents an optimal bidding strategy for a strategic wind power producer (WPP) in a distribution-level energy market (DLEM). The behavior of the WPP is modelled through a bi-level stochastic optimization problem ...
Bi-Level Decomposition Approach for Coordinated Planning of an Energy Hub With Gas-Electricity Integrated Systems
Integrationof multiple energy systemsand the presence of smart energy hubs have provided increased flexibility and improved efficiency for the system. In this article, a bi-level decomposition approach (BLDA) is presented ...
Investigating the Impact of External Demand Response Flexibility on the Market Power of Strategic Virtual Power Plant
In this paper, a decision-making framework is proposed for a virtual power plant (VPP) to participate in day-ahead (DA) and regulating market (RM) considering internal demand response (IDR) flexibility. In the proposed ...