Incorporating Post Zonal Reserve Deployment Transmission Constraints Into Energy and Ancillary Service Co-Optimization

@article{Chen2014IncorporatingPZ,
  title={Incorporating Post Zonal Reserve Deployment Transmission Constraints Into Energy and Ancillary Service Co-Optimization},
  author={Yonghong Chen and Paul R. Gribik and J. Gardner},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={537-549}
}
This paper presents a new approach implemented in MISO day-ahead and real-time energy and ancillary service market clearing processes to address the reserve deliverability issue. In this approach, MISO enhanced the co-optimization process to incorporate post zonal reserve deployment transmission constraints. Reserves are procured within the co-optimization to meet both market-wide reserve requirements and ensure their deliverability on a zonal basis. As a result, zonal market clearing prices… CONTINUE READING
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