MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 277, 20192018 International Joint Conference on Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (JCMME 2018)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Material and Mechanics|
|Published online||02 April 2019|
A novel approach for solving multi-objective unit commitment based on decompositioncoordination
State grid Hubei Electric Power Co., Ltd., 430000 Wuhan, China
2 State grid Wuhan Electric Power Co., Ltd., 430000 Wuhan, China
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Multi-objective unit commitment (MOUC) considers simultaneously both economic and environmental objectives, then finds the best trade off with respect to these objectives. This paper proposes a novel model for MOUC, and a decomposition coordination approach is presented to solve the model. The MOUC model considers environmental objective by introducing a novel penalty term, and it's a quantized term for preference of environmental objective, which could be a basis for carbon tax makers. The model is solved by a decomposition coordination approach, which decomposes the whole system into subsystems and performs an iterative process. During each iteration step, the tie-line is updated based on the margin price in connected subsystems, then, each subsystem is solved by Lagrangian relaxation (LR), and the result is improved during iterations as shown in case studies. Besides, as LR does not require uploading units' parameters, it protects the privacy of generating companies. Numerical case studies considering different scenarios, conducted using the proposed multi-objective model, are applied to illustrate the robustness as well as the performance of the approach.
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