Integration of different CHP steam extraction modes in the stochastic unit commitment problem

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This paper provides a formulation that integrates different operational modes for CHP units in the form of steam extraction configurations into the scenario-based two-stage stochastic and robust unit commitment problems under renewable power production uncertainty. The proposed formulation provides an additional flexibility to adapt to the imbalances in the power system through the interplay and real-time scheduling of the different operational modes for the CHP units. In addition, an improved solution approach based on heuristics, clustering and parallelization to speed up the model solution time is developed. Finally, the quality of the solutions is tested using a realistic test case based on the Danish transmission grid.
Original languageEnglish
JournalIEEE Transactions on Power Systems
ISSN0885-8950
StateSubmitted - 2018
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