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Distributed Transmission-Distribution Coordinated Economic Dispatch

  • Zhengshuo LiEmail author
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Abstract

ED is an important tool for optimally exploiting generation resources and evaluating LMPs. Currently, however, ED is separately performed by a TCC and a DCC. As analyzed in Chap. 1, this separate ED mode confronts, such as: (a) The TPS and DPS generation resources cannot be optimally exploited; (b) Unnecessary congestion, which should have been avoided via a coordination of the TPS and the DPS, may take place with skewed LMPs that undermines the fairness of the ED results and impairs the interests of consumers and generation companies; (c) As the Transmission ED (T-ED) and the Distribution ED (D-ED) are performed separately, large power mismatches may occur at boundary buses, which must be remedied by subsequent regulations and inevitably leads to additional operational costs.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tsinghua-Berkeley Shenzhen InstituteTsinghua UniversityShenzhenChina

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