Alternative Electricity Market Systems for Energy and Reserves using Stochastic Optimization
This thesis presents a model that simulates and solves power system dispatch problems utilizing stochastic linear programming. The model features the ability to handle single period, multiple bus, linear DC approximated systems. It determines capacity, energy, and reserve quantities while accounting for N-1 contingency scenarios (single loss of either generator or line) on the network. Market systems applying to this model are also proposed, covering multiple real-time, day-ahead, and hybrid versions of consumer costing, transmission operator payment, and generator remuneration schemes. The model and its market schemes are applied to two test systems to verify its viability: a small 6-bus system and a larger 66-bus system representing the Ontario electricity network.
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Steven Wong (2005). Alternative Electricity Market Systems for Energy and Reserves using Stochastic Optimization. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/932