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Non-Cooperative Operation of Transmission and Distribution Systems

The increased penetration of distributed energy resources (DERs) has enhanced the importance of coordinated operation of transmission system operator (TSO) and distribution system operators (DSOs) in order to more and better exploit DERs. When TSO and DSOs coordinately operate to optimize overall performance of the system it does not ensure to attain the benefit for all participants. To ensure entering TSO and DSOs as subjective and self-interested agents coordinated operation, this paper introduces a non-cooperative framework for coordinated operation of TSO and DSOs. In the proposed non-cooperative operation approach, TSO and DSOs are considered as subjective agents which interest to optimize their own objective functions selfishly while they are interactive and modify their solutions through exchanged boundary signals until the equilibrium is obtained. The effectiveness of the proposed non-cooperative operation approach has been demonstrated through many studies on two integrated test systems. Compare of simulation results of applying the proposed non-cooperative approach with those of the cooperative ones demonstrates that although the optimal solution is achieved for the whole system in the cooperative operation, some agents cannot obtain a satisfactory solution. Thus, these agents prefer to enter a non-cooperative game with other agents. The proposed non-cooperative game leads to relative benefit for all agents

Authors: Moossa Khodadadi; M.E.H. Golshan; Mohsen Parsa Moghaddam

Published in: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics

DOI: 10.1109/TII.2020.3041921

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