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Volume 242, 2018International Conference on Advanced Functional Materials and Composites (ICAFMC2018)
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|Published online||05 December 2018|
The priority classification method of mobile users under direct power transaction
1 Nari Group Corporation/State Grid Electric Power Research Institute Nanjing China
2 Beijing Kedong Electric Power Control System Co., Ltd. Beijing China
a Corresponding author: E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
With the development of mobile internet technology, market-oriented electricity reform forms a new transaction mode that "Internet + power trading", which further promotes the liberalization of retail side market. A large number of mobile power users actively participate in the electricity market transaction. However, the current standards for mobile users who are accessed to the market are qualitative standards, lacking of quantitative analysis. The priority classification method of mobile users under direct power transaction is proposed in the paper. First, the priority evaluation index set of mobile users is established from four dimensions that credit condition, environmental condition, power consumption condition and load importance to achieve evaluation quantitatively. Secondly, Kmeans clustering algorithm based on SOM is used to cluster mobile users. Finally, the paper recognizes the various types of mobile users as a whole and estimates their priorities using the improved AHP(Analytic Hierarchy Process).The method realizes the specific division of mobile users from a point of quantitative view, and solves the problem of only qualitative standard currently, to optimize the development of direct power transaction and promote the marketization of power market.
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