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Dsima: A testbed for the quantitative analysis of interaction models within distribution networks
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, 2015
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Optimal assignment of offpeak hours to lower curtailments in the distribution network
 in Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT EUROPE), 2014 5th IEEE/PES, IEEE
, 2014
"... Abstract—We consider a price signal with two settings: offpeak tariff and onpeak tariff. Some loads are connected to specific electricity meters which allow the consumption of power only in offpeak periods. Historically, offpeak periods were located during the night and onpeak periods during th ..."
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Abstract—We consider a price signal with two settings: offpeak tariff and onpeak tariff. Some loads are connected to specific electricity meters which allow the consumption of power only in offpeak periods. Historically, offpeak periods were located during the night and onpeak periods during the day. Changing the assignment of offpeak periods is an easy method for distribution system operators to access to the flexibility of small consumers. This solution can be implemented quickly as the infrastructure needed already exists in some countries. We propose a mixedinteger linear model to assign optimally the offpeak hours so as to minimize a societal cost. This cost gathers together the cost of electricity, the financial losses due to energy curtailments of photovoltaic installations and the loads’ wellbeing. Our model considers automatic tripping of inverters and constraints of the electrical distribution networks. Simulation results show that the new disposition of offpeak hours could reduce significantly the photovoltaic energy curtailed in the summer. Index Terms—Mathematical programming, Optimization,
Integration of Photovoltaic Panels Into Lowvoltage Distribution Networks
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MACROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF INTERACTION MODELS FOR THE PROVISION OF FLEXIBILITY IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
"... To ease the transition towards the future of distribution grid management, regulators must revise the current interaction model, that is, the set of rules guiding the interactions between all the parties of the system. Five interaction models are proposed, three of them considering active network ..."
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To ease the transition towards the future of distribution grid management, regulators must revise the current interaction model, that is, the set of rules guiding the interactions between all the parties of the system. Five interaction models are proposed, three of them considering active network management. This paper evaluates the economic efficiency of each model using macroscopic representation of the system, by opposition to more techniques requiring a complete picture of the system. The interaction models are simulated on the horizon 20152030. Results show that for the first five years all the models provide similar economic efficiency. For the remaining ten years, interaction models implementing active network management provide up to a 10 % higher economic efficiency.
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"... markets with flexible consumption as nonatomic congestion games ..."
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