2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON) 2016
DOI: 10.1109/energycon.2016.7513961
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Abstract: Abstract-This paper defines a day-ahead micro-market structure and illustrates its capability of increasing distributed energy resources' integration. This micro-market mimics in the distribution level the structure of the current European dayahead markets and their rules to introduce competition, and is based on the social welfare indicator. Micro-markets could overcome two major challenges of pool markets: they could consider the distribution network to ensure feasibility of the matched configurations and th… Show more

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“…This design is more structured with a community manager who manages trading activities inside the community, as well as intermediator between the community and the rest of the system, as shown in Figure 3. This market design can readily be applied to microgrids [55,56] or to a group of neighbouring prosumers [57,58] that are natural constructs due to their location (i.e. being geographically close).…”
Section: Community-based Marketmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This design is more structured with a community manager who manages trading activities inside the community, as well as intermediator between the community and the rest of the system, as shown in Figure 3. This market design can readily be applied to microgrids [55,56] or to a group of neighbouring prosumers [57,58] that are natural constructs due to their location (i.e. being geographically close).…”
Section: Community-based Marketmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In contrast, our work integrates local optimization with bidding options in both local and WS markets. Another related proposal are day-ahead micro-markets, whose objective is to organize local resources using market-based rules to participate in aggregated form in the day-ahead WS market [15]. They assume a micro-market operator whose aim is to maximize the profits of the MG, similar to the ERM in our WS market model.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…P2P energy trading in a community based micro/mini-grid describes flexible energy trades between peers, where the excess energy from many small-scale DERs is traded among local customers [65]. Community based market design can readily be applied to micro/mini grids [66], [67] or to a group of neighbouring prosumers [67], [68] that are natural constructs due to their location (i.e. being geographically close).…”
Section: State Of Art Review On P2p Conceptmentioning
confidence: 99%