Interaction of Energy-Grid-Load Based on Demand Side Response of Full-cost Electricity Price
In the research of intelligent grids, people usually pay attention to the interaction between power source and load to absorb more new energy. In contrast, the utilization of power source and load on grid resources is less considered, and energy-grid-load is not fully explored. The profound benefits and value of the three interactions. To this end, the paper proposes the interactive mode and method of power supply, power grid, and load based on full-cost electricity price. The power source side needs to consider the impact of transmission costs when optimizing economic dispatch; the load side needs to calculate the full-cost electricity price based on the power flow tracking method, clarify the load’s use of power and grid resources, and reflect the “who benefits, who bears the cost” Principles and introduce demand-side response to reflect the meaning and value of full-cost electricity prices. The research found that the calculation example analysis based on the IEEE30-node system verifies that the method in this paper can reasonably allocate the cost of the power grid according to the user’s utilization of power grid resources, thereby improving the efficiency, fairness, orderliness and safety of power grid investment and operation.
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