This paper proposes a new flexibility management method which can offer incentives to flexibility service providers so that they are encouraged to actively participate into the congestion management of distribution grids. The proposed method consists of a three-stage market clearing method and three types of flexible block offers: flexible demand bids, flexibility service offers, and energy arbitrage blocks. These cover most of the needs of flexibility providers. These flexible block offers are more efficient in terms of computation burden in comparison with the other flexibility offers in the existing literature. Flexibility prices are specified in these flexible block offers, which can guarantee a certain level of rewards for the customers who can help in the congestion management process. Case studies on a modified Roy Billinton Test System demonstrated the efficacy of the proposed flexibility management method for managing congestion and encouraging customers to provider flexibility services.
|Tidsskrift||International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems|
|Status||Udgivet - sep. 2021|
Bibliografisk noteFunding Information:
S. Huang, K. Filonenko, and C. Veje were supported by Interreg North Sea Region (European Regional Development Fund) of EU through the Zero Emission Ports North Sea (ZEM Ports NS) project. Y. Zhao, S. Huang, and T. Xiong were supported by the China Southern Grid Technical Project (090000KK52180116). Y. Wang was supported by Shenzhen Science and Technology Program (JCYJ20170817100841792 and JCYJ20190808112605503).
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