A new approach to electricity market clearing with uniform purchase price and curtailable block orders
Simone Paoletti and
Applied Energy, 2018, vol. 226, issue C, 618-630
The European market clearing problem is characterized by a set of heterogeneous orders and rules that force the implementation of heuristic and iterative solving methods. In particular, curtailable block orders and the uniform purchase price pose serious difficulties. A block order spans over multiple hours, and can be either fully accepted or fully rejected. The uniform purchase price prescribes that all consumers pay a common price in all the zones, while producers receive zonal prices, which can differ from one zone to another.
Keywords: Bilevel programming; Curtailable block orders; European market clearing; Mixed-integer linear programming; Power system economics; Uniform purchase price (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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