Generation dispatch strategy for transmission congestion management in deregulated power systems

Junjiro Sugimoto, Ryuichi Yokoyama, Satoru Niioka, Takahide Niimura

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    Abstract

    This paper discusses transmission congestion management strategy based on generation dispatch particularly aimed at price reduction. The objective of the proposed approach supports the system operator by several options to manage congestion effectively. In this paper, a simple set of indices is introduced to represent the level of effective and agreeable congestion dispatch in congested conditions. The individual indices measure the sensitivity of a particular supplier to the congested power flow, congested prices indicating economic impact, and the acceptance level of the amount to be dispatched. The overall index combining these three performance measures supports effective decisions by the system operator on congestion management, which is also agreeable to electricity consumers and suppliers. The proposed approach is tested on a modified IEEE 30 bus system for model demonstration.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the Universities Power Engineering Conference
    Pages352-356
    Number of pages5
    Volume38
    Publication statusPublished - 2003
    EventUPEC 2003, 38th International Universities' Power Engineering Conference - Thessaloniki
    Duration: 2003 Sep 12003 Sep 3

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    OtherUPEC 2003, 38th International Universities' Power Engineering Conference
    CityThessaloniki
    Period03/9/103/9/3

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    Sugimoto, J., Yokoyama, R., Niioka, S., & Niimura, T. (2003). Generation dispatch strategy for transmission congestion management in deregulated power systems. In Proceedings of the Universities Power Engineering Conference (Vol. 38, pp. 352-356)

    Generation dispatch strategy for transmission congestion management in deregulated power systems. / Sugimoto, Junjiro; Yokoyama, Ryuichi; Niioka, Satoru; Niimura, Takahide.

    Proceedings of the Universities Power Engineering Conference. Vol. 38 2003. p. 352-356.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Sugimoto, J, Yokoyama, R, Niioka, S & Niimura, T 2003, Generation dispatch strategy for transmission congestion management in deregulated power systems. in Proceedings of the Universities Power Engineering Conference. vol. 38, pp. 352-356, UPEC 2003, 38th International Universities' Power Engineering Conference, Thessaloniki, 03/9/1.
    Sugimoto J, Yokoyama R, Niioka S, Niimura T. Generation dispatch strategy for transmission congestion management in deregulated power systems. In Proceedings of the Universities Power Engineering Conference. Vol. 38. 2003. p. 352-356
    Sugimoto, Junjiro ; Yokoyama, Ryuichi ; Niioka, Satoru ; Niimura, Takahide. / Generation dispatch strategy for transmission congestion management in deregulated power systems. Proceedings of the Universities Power Engineering Conference. Vol. 38 2003. pp. 352-356
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