A strict marginal network pricing policy is not able to generate enough revenues to recover the cost of the primary transmission service (other related network services are ignored here). This cost recovery problem requires the stipulation of a “complementary charge” which completes the network marginal revenues. This paper evaluates —numerically and qualitatively— three different allocation methods of the complementary charge: Marginal Participation Factors, Mean Participation Factors and Benefit Factors. The evaluation has been applied to the Spanish electrical system model.
Palabras clave: Network pricing, spot pricing, complementary charge, competitive markets
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems. Volumen: 15 Numero: 1 Páginas: 448-454
Índice de impacto JCR y cuartil Scopus: 0.535 (2000); 5.255 - Q1 (2017).
Referencia DOI: 10.1109/59.852158
Publicado en papel: Febrero 2000.
F. Rubio-Odériz, I.J. Pérez-Arriaga. Marginal pricing of transmission services: A comparative analysis of network cost allocation methods. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems. vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 448-454, Febrero 2000.