Unbundling in power systems regulation stipulates aggregators to coordinate the scheduling of plug-in electric vehicles. This may involve centralized, i.e., direct load control and decentralized, i.e., indirect load control decision making. We compare the two via a bi-level programming approach that has the aggregator procuring electricity from dayahead and balancing markets (upper level) and PEVs reacting to different combinations of retail and network use-of-system charges (lower level).
20th Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies - IFORS 2014, Barcelona (Spain). 13-18 July 2014
Publication date: July 2014.
I. Momber, T. Gómez, Aggregated scheduling of plug-in electric vehicles under direct and indirect load control approaches, 20th Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies - IFORS 2014. Barcelona, Spain, 13-18 July 2014