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Title: On a fair distribution of consumer's flexibility between market parties with conflicting interests
Authors: De Ridder, Fjo
Claessens, Bert Jan
Vanhoudt, Dirk
De Breucker, Sven
Bellemans, Tom 
Six, Daan
Van Bael, Johan
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL
Source: INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRICAL ENERGY SYSTEMS, 26(9), p. 1961-1982
Abstract: The present work deals with social welfare maximization for energy scheduling. The parties involved in this study are a utility company, a distribution system operator and residential end-users. It allows the different participants to share a common electrical grid, without violating network constraints. A smart grid, equipped with a two-way communication system on a district level, is considered. For this purpose, each participant exchanges information, in order to establish a power consumption schedule that optimizes its own objectives, within the grid constraints. This strategy is illustrated on a district level to avoid overloading the distribution network. The consumption profiles of end-users consist of background consumption; some end-users are equipped with a heat pump and/or an electric vehicle, each of which is capable of responding to price variations. The impact of several tariff structures on the stability of the grid is explored. First of all, flat and day/night tariff structures are considered, and it is shown that price variation provokes load synchronization and leads to network overloads. Next, a real-time pricing tariff structure is used. If each end-user optimizes its behaviour to minimize personal costs, the grid is unable to supply all power during peak moments. In conclusion, if power constraints are imposed, the same grid can be stabilized, even if power demands increase by a factor of three or four. In a final example, the impact of imbalance costs is examined. The cluster can be guided to maximize profits for the utility company from the imbalance mechanism.
Notes: [De Ridder, Fjo; Claessens, Bert Jan; Vanhoudt, Dirk; De Breucker, Sven; Six, Daan; Van Bael, Johan] EnergyVille VITO, Energy Technol, Boeretang 200, B-2400 Mol, Belgium. [Bellemans, Tom] Univ Hasselt, Imob, Hasselt, Belgium.
Keywords: optimal control; distributed control; heat pumps; electric vehicles; power supply; distribution system operator; balance responsible parties; demand response; smart grids;optimal control; distributed control; heat pumps; electric vehicles; power supply; distributionsystem operator; balance responsible parties; demand response; smart grids
Document URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/23040
ISSN: 2050-7038
e-ISSN: 2050-7038
DOI: 10.1002/etep.2188
ISI #: 000386155000008
Rights: Copyright (C) 2016 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Category: A1
Type: Journal Contribution
Validations: ecoom 2017
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