Energy Management for Community Energy Network with CHP Based on Cooperative Game
AbstractIntegrated energy system (IES) has received increasing attention in micro grid due to the high energy efficiency and low emission of carbon dioxide. Based on the technology of combined heat and power (CHP), this paper develops a novel operation mechanism with community micro turbine and shared energy storage system (ESS) for energy management of prosumers. In the proposed framework, micro-grid operator (MGO) equipped with micro turbine and ESS provides energy selling business and ESS leasing business for prosumers. Prosumers can make energy trading with public grid and MGO, and ESS will be shared among prosumers when they pay for the rent to MGO. Based on such framework, we adopt a cooperative game for prosumers to determine optimal energy trading strategies from MGO and public grid for the next day. Concretely, a cooperative game model is formulated to search the optimal strategies aiming at minimizing the daily cost of coalition, and then a bilateral Shapley value (BSV) is proposed to solve the allocation problem of coalition’s cost among prosumers. To verify the effectiveness of proposed energy management framework, a practical example is conducted with a community energy network containing MGO and 10 residential buildings. Simulation results show that the proposed scheme is able to provide financial benefits to all prosumers, while providing peak load leveling for the grid. View Full-Text
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Liu, X.; Wang, S.; Sun, J. Energy Management for Community Energy Network with CHP Based on Cooperative Game. Energies 2018, 11, 1066.
Liu X, Wang S, Sun J. Energy Management for Community Energy Network with CHP Based on Cooperative Game. Energies. 2018; 11(5):1066.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Xiaofeng; Wang, Shijun; Sun, Jiawen. 2018. "Energy Management for Community Energy Network with CHP Based on Cooperative Game." Energies 11, no. 5: 1066.
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