A Decision Framework for Optimal Pairing of Wind and Demand Response Resources

  title={A Decision Framework for Optimal Pairing of Wind and Demand Response Resources},
  author={C. Lindsay Anderson and Judith B. Cardell},
  journal={IEEE Systems Journal},
Day-ahead electricity markets do not readily accommodate power from intermittent resources such as wind because of the scheduling difficulties presented by the uncertainty and variability in these resources. Numerous entities have developed methods to improve wind forecasting and thereby reduce the uncertainty in a day-ahead schedule for wind power generation. This paper introduces a decision framework for addressing the inevitable remaining variability resulting from imperfect forecasts. The… CONTINUE READING
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