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A Mechanism of IPP's(Coal Fired) Optimal Power Generation According to Introduction of RPS(Renewable Portfolio Standard)
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A Mechanism of IPP's(Coal Fired) Optimal Power Generation According to Introduction of RPS(Renewable Portfolio Standard)
Ha, Sun-Woo; Lee, Sang-Joong;
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 Abstract
A private company's 1,000 MW coal-fired power plant will be the first coal-fired power plant that was included in the 5th 'Basic Plan on Electricity Demand and Supply' (2010). Now it is facing the task to abide by the RPS(Renewable Portfolio Standard) policy after commercial operation. If they fail to supply the necessary REC (Renewable Energy Certificate) mandated by the RPS policy, they are subject to be fined by the government and forced to modify the cost function to reflect the burden. Eventually the company's coal-fired power plant will be forced to reduce generation to maximize profit because the amount of electricity generated by the power plant and the REC obligation is positively correlated. This paper analyzed the change of cost function of private coal-fired power plant according to the introduction of RPS policy from the viewpoint of private company, and finally proposed the optimal generation to maximize the profit of private coal-fired power plant under the current RPS policy.
 Keywords
RPS(Renewable Portfolio Standard);Optimized power generation;IPP;Coal-fired;
 Language
Korean
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