Real Power Loss Allocation for Transactions in Bilateral Markets

  title={Real Power Loss Allocation for Transactions in Bilateral Markets},
  author={Komson Daroj and Bundit Eua-arporn},
  journal={2006 International Conference on Power System Technology},
The context of transmission loss allocation raised and debated under restructuring of electric supply industry. It is normally defined as a procedure of allocating or charging all participants for their transmission real power loss. In a traditional theory of electricity spot pricing contribution of transmission loss to inject/withdrawal power at each bus is aggregated in a nodal price as an incremental transmission loss. This term is definitely depended on choice of a slack bus thereby… CONTINUE READING


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