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Demand Response Impact on Market Operator's Revenue and Load Profile of a Grid Connected with Wind Power Plants
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Demand Response Impact on Market Operator's Revenue and Load Profile of a Grid Connected with Wind Power Plants
Tahmasebi, Mehrdad; Pasupuleti, Jagadeesh;
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Economic properties of an integrated wind power plant (WPP) and the demand response (DR) programs in the sample electricity market are studied. Time of use (TOU) and direct load control (DLC) are two of the DR programs that are applied in the system. The influences of these methods and the incentive payments by market operator's (MOs) with variable elasticity are studied. It is observed that DR with TOU and DLC programs together yields better revenue and energy saving for MOs.
Wind power plant (WPP);Demand response (DR);Time of use (TOU);Direct load control (DLC);Market operator's (MOs);
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