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Real-time subsidy based robust scheduling of the integrated power and gas system

Kangan Shu, Xiaomeng Ai, Jiakun Fang, Wei Yao, Zhe Chen, Haibo He and Jinyu Wen

Applied Energy, 2019, vol. 236, issue C, 1158-1167

Abstract: In this work, a real-time subsidy based robust scheduling method for the integrated gas and power system is proposed. Bi-directional energy conversion, including the power-to-gas and gas-fired generation, is operated via dynamic variant price signals. The gaming between the electrical power system and the natural gas system is formulated in the bi-level optimization. The upper-level problem minimizes the operational cost, in which the real-time subsidy for power-to-gas and gas-fired units is obtained. The lower-level problem maximizes the profit for the power-to-gas and gas-fired units, in which the transient gas flow is introduced. In addition, in order to counter the uncertainties brought on by wind power, a real-time subsidy update strategy based on robust optimization is proposed to stimulate the regulation capabilities of the power-to-gas and gas-fired units. This bi-level optimization is reformulated as a mixed-integer quadratic programming problem using the Karush-Kuhn-Tucker optimization conditions. Simulation results show that the real-time subsidy scheduling can make power-to-gas and gas-fired units follow the system operator’s preferences such as wind power accommodation, mitigation of unsupplied load, and relieving network congestion.

Keywords: Integrated energy systems; Dynamic optimal energy flow; System optimization; Power-to-gas; Wind energy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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