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Extended multi-energy demand response scheme for industrial integrated energy system

Extended multi-energy demand response scheme for industrial integrated energy system

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With the development of energy internet technology and smart power distribution & utilisation technology, multiparty interaction based on the complementarity of multi-energy demand has become an alternative solution to avoiding power shortage and improving comprehensive energy efficiency. The industrial integrated energy system with CCHP (combined cooling heating and power) as a generation source of heating and cooling energy is studied. Based on the traditional electrical demand response (DR) mechanism, the demand for electricity, heating and cooling is incorporated in the scope of generalised demand side resources. Considering the difference on price, demand and supply characteristics of multiple energy resources, the multi-energy-based DR scheme and the corresponding optimisation model are established to minimise dispatching expenses and improve the interaction between electricity companies, CCHP and industrial consumers. The numerical analysis shows that the proposed scheme could effectively engage CCHPs and consumers in multi-energy interaction, and the overall expenses can be significantly reduced.

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