Power system day-ahead unit commitment based on chance-constrained dependent chance goal programming

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In the context of large-scale renewable energy integrated into an electrical power system, the effects of power forecast errors on the power balance equation of the power system unit commitment model is considered. In this paper, the problem of solving the power balance equation with uncertain variables was studied. The unit commitment model with random variables in the power balance equation was solved by establishing a power system day-ahead optimisation unit commitment model based on chance-constrained dependent chance goal programming. First, to achieve the solution of the power balance equation with random variables, the equality constraint is loosened into an inequality constraint, and the power balance equation constraint is transformed into a dependent chance programming model aimed at maximising the probability of occurrence of random events in an uncertain environment. Then, the dependent chance programming model is proposed to ensure the economy and security of the scheme, and the goal programming model is introduced to facilitate an efficient solution. By combining dependent chance programming and goal programming, a power system day-ahead unit commitment model based on chance-constrained dependent chance goal programming is established. Finally, an example is discussed to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed model.

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Li, Z., Jin, T., Zhao, S., & Liu, J. (2018). Power system day-ahead unit commitment based on chance-constrained dependent chance goal programming. Energies, 11(7). https://doi.org/10.3390/en11071718

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