A Congestion Management Approach Using Probabilistic Power Flow Considering Direct Electricity Purchase

- Journal title : Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
- Volume 10, Issue 3, 2015, pp.820-831
- Publisher : The Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers
- DOI : 10.5370/JEET.2015.10.3.820

Title & Authors

A Congestion Management Approach Using Probabilistic Power Flow Considering Direct Electricity Purchase

Wang, Xu; Jiang, Chuan-Wen;

Wang, Xu; Jiang, Chuan-Wen;

Abstract

In a deregulated electricity market, congestion of the transmission lines is a major problem the independent system operator (ISO) would face. Rescheduling of generators is one of the most practiced techniques to alleviate the congestion. However, not all generators in the system operate deterministically and independently, especially wind power generators (WTGs). Therefore, a novel optimal rescheduling model for congestion management that accounts for the uncertain and correlated power sources and loads is proposed. A probabilistic power flow (PPF) model based on 2m+1 point estimate method (PEM) is used to simulate the performance of uncertain and correlated input random variables. In addition, the impact of direct electricity purchase contracts on the congestion management has also been studied. This paper uses artificial bee colony (ABC) algorithm to solve the complex optimization problem. The proposed algorithm is tested on modified IEEE 30-bus system and IEEE 57-bus system to demonstrate the impacts of the uncertainties and correlations of the input random variables and the direct electricity purchase contracts on the congestion management. Both pool and nodal pricing model are also discussed.

Keywords

PPF;Congestion Management;ABC;2m+1 PEM;Direct electricity purchase;

Language

English

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