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Robust bidding strategies and scheduling of a price-maker microgrid aggregator participating in a pool-based electricity market

Robust bidding strategies and scheduling of a price-maker microgrid aggregator participating in a pool-based electricity market

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This study presents a model for the activities of the price-maker microgrid aggregator (MGA). In this model, an MGA is considered to aggregate several microgrids (MGs) and be in charge of obtaining an optimal bidding strategy for MGs as well as scheduling their resources and demand. Two price-maker strategies (the marginal and non-marginal strategies for players) are proposed and the robust scheduling and optimal transactions of a price-taker MGA are also obtained in order to analyse different bidding behaviour of MGA. A robust optimisation is used in this model in order to capture uncertainties associated with renewable generation in the worst-case situation. Accordingly, the robust solution is obtained for the optimal scheduling of an MGA participating in the pool-based day-ahead electricity market. The proposed robust bidding strategies and scheduling of a price-maker MGA are obtained considering a hypothetical test system and the results are compared with the bidding strategy and robust scheduling of a price-taker MGA. The results show that the robust scheduling and also the market prices are completely changed for different strategies of the MGA. Also, using the proposed model for the price-maker MGA increases the profits of MGs.

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