Multiple DRPs to maximise the techno-economic benefits of the distribution network

Sachin Sharma, Khaleequr Rehman Niazi, Kusum Verma, Nand Kishor Meena

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Abstract

This study addresses a demand response programme (DRP) model considering the price elasticity of demand to determine the peak scheduling for different categories of consumers with the possibility of load shifting. The main objective is to minimise daily energy loss and improvement in the node voltage profile of distribution system along with the economic benefits of different stakeholders. The proposed work helps in appropriate selection of DRP for different feeders/consumers. The investigations are performed on a benchmark 33-bus test distribution system and comprehensive analysis is illustrated through simulation results.
Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Journal of Engineering
Early online date15 Mar 2019
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 15 Mar 2019
EventThe 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation
(RPG 2018)
- Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 26 Sep 201827 Sep 2018

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Electric power distribution
Elasticity
Energy dissipation
Scheduling
Economics
Electric potential

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Sharma, Sachin ; Niazi, Khaleequr Rehman ; Verma, Kusum ; Meena, Nand Kishor. / Multiple DRPs to maximise the techno-economic benefits of the distribution network. In: The Journal of Engineering . 2019.
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