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A New Cooperative Framework for a Fair and Cost-Optimal Allocation of Resources within a Low Voltage Electricity Community

by   Martin Hupez, et al.

This paper presents an original collaborative framework for power exchanges inside a low voltage community. The community seeks to minimize its total costs by scheduling on a daily basis the resources of its members. In this respect, their flexibility such as excess storage capacity, unused local generation or shiftable load are exploited. Total costs include not only the energy commodity, but also grid fees associated to the community operation, through the integration of power flow constraints. In order to share the community costs in a fair manner, two different cost distributions are proposed. The first one adopts a distribution key based on the Shapley value, while the other relies on a natural consensus defined by a Nash equilibrium. Outcomes show that both collaboration schemes lead to important savings for all individual members. In particular, it is observed that the Shapley-based solution gives more value to mobilized flexible resources, whereas the Nash equilibrium rewards the potential flexibility consent of end-users.


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