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Reinventing the Utility for DERs: A Proposal for a DSO-Centric Retail Electricity Market

@article{Haider2021ReinventingTU,
  title={Reinventing the Utility for DERs: A Proposal for a DSO-Centric Retail Electricity Market},
  author={Rabab Haider and David D’Achiardi and V. Venkataramanan and Anurag Srivastava and A. Bose and A. Annaswamy},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2102.01269}
}
The increasing penetration of intermittent renewables, storage devices, and flexible loads is introducing operational challenges in distribution grids. The proper coordination and scheduling of these resources using a distributed approach is warranted, and can only be achieved through local retail markets employing transactive energy schemes. To this end, we propose a distribution-level retail market operated by a Distribution System Operator (DSO), which schedules DERs and determines the real… Expand

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