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Joint Delivery System of Large-scale Wind Power and Thermal Power Generation and Its Profit Distribution Model
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(1.Institute of Energy Economics and Environment,North China Electric Power University,Beijing102206,China;2.Henan Grid Power Exchange Center,Zhengzhou450052,China)

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    Majority wind resources in China are concentrated in the places that are far away from the load centers.Meanwhile,accommodation of large-scale wind power has become the key constraints for the wind energy generation developing from quantity to quality.As one effective way of wind power grid connection,joint delivery of wind power and conventional power to other regions has entered the practical application stage.In order to study the coordinated dispatching and profit distribution of wind power and thermal power during the joint delivery,dispatching optimization models of joint delivery mode and independent delivery mode of wind power and thermal power are developed respectively with the goal of maximizing the profit of energy complementary delivery system,and the models are solved by GAMS software.Profits of different units of the energy complementary system are distributed by Shapley value method based on the profit level of different modes.The analysis results show that the profit distribution model realizes the equitable distribution of the profits among the units of wind power and thermal power fully based on their contribution in the whole system,and is effective to encourage the participation of wind power and thermal power in joint delivery.

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TAN Zhongfu,SONG Yihang,ZHANG Huijuan,et al.Joint Delivery System of Large-scale Wind Power and Thermal Power Generation and Its Profit Distribution Model[J].Automation of Electric Power Systems,2013,37(23):63-70.DOI:10.7500/AEPS201301123

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  • Received:January 17,2013
  • Revised:November 20,2013
  • Adopted:August 27,2013
  • Online: September 26,2013
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