Generator Energy Nodal Offering Model

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dc.contributor.advisor Philpott, Andy en
dc.contributor.advisor Zakeri, Golbon en Nates, Gary en 2010-09-22T05:02:43Z en 2010-09-22T05:02:43Z en 2010 en
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dc.description.abstract Generation companies in deregulated electricity markets compete regularly to try and dispatch their electricity at favorable prices. Various models have been used to optimise this function. This research has developed a revised mixed-integer model to determine the optimal o er strategy. The Generator Energy Nodal O ering Model (GENOM) was formulated to solve this problem and was successful in nd- ing global solutions. The New Zealand electricity market was used to investigate the model. It was found that o er strategies derived from multinodal networks generated greater pro ts than modeling the network as a single node. Among other conclusions, it was also found that if a generation company has the ability to constrain power lines, they have a potential to greatly in uence spot prices. The choice to constrain the line is based on the location and size of their generation units and their retail customers in the network. en
dc.relation.ispartof Masters Thesis - University of Auckland en
dc.relation.isreferencedby UoA2088615 en
dc.rights Restricted Item. Available to authenticated members of The University of Auckland. en
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dc.title Generator Energy Nodal Offering Model en
dc.type Thesis en Engineering Science en The University of Auckland en Masters en 2010-09-22T05:02:43Z en
dc.rights.holder Copyright: the author en

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