Profit Allocation of Hybrid Power System Planning in Energy Internet: A Cooperative Game Study
AbstractThe rapid development of Energy Internet (EI) has prompted numbers of generators to participate, leading to a hybrid power system. Hence, how to plan the hybrid power system and allocate its profit becomes necessary. In this paper, the cooperative game theory is introduced to discuss this problem. We first design the basic structure of EI, and point out the object of this study—coal power plant-wind farm-photovoltaic power station-energy storage provider (CWPE) alliance. Subsequently, average allocation strategy (AAS), capacity-based allocation strategy (CAS) and Shapley value allocation strategy (SAS) are proposed, and then the modified disruption propensity (MDP) index is constructed to judge the advantages and disadvantages of the three schemes. Thirdly, taking a certain area of A Province as an example, the profits of CWPE under three strategies are calculated respectively. Finally, by analyzing individual rationality and collective rationality of cooperative game and the MDP index of the three profit allocation schemes, we find that SAS is the most stable. View Full-Text
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Liu, J.; He, D. Profit Allocation of Hybrid Power System Planning in Energy Internet: A Cooperative Game Study. Sustainability 2018, 10, 388.
Liu J, He D. Profit Allocation of Hybrid Power System Planning in Energy Internet: A Cooperative Game Study. Sustainability. 2018; 10(2):388.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Jicheng; He, Dandan. 2018. "Profit Allocation of Hybrid Power System Planning in Energy Internet: A Cooperative Game Study." Sustainability 10, no. 2: 388.
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