This thesis pursues a method to deregulate the electric distribution system and provide support to distributed renewable generation. A locational marginal price is used to determine prices across a distribution network in real-time. The real-time pricing may provide benefits such as a reduced electricity bill, decreased peak demand, and lower emissions. This distribution locational marginal price (D-LMP) determines the cost of electricity at each node in the electrical network. The D-LMP is comprised of the cost of energy, cost of losses, and a renewable energy premium.
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- Electrical Engineering
- Distributed Generation
- Locational Marginal Pricing
- Nodal Pricing
- Renewable Energy
- Electric power distribution--Costs--Mathematical models.
- Electric power distribution
- Energy storage--Mathematical models.
- Energy Storage
- Photovoltaic power generation--Mathematical models.
- Photovoltaic power generation
- Renewable energy sources--Mathematical models.
- Renewable energy sources
- Partial requirement for: M.S., Arizona State University, 2011Note typethesis
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 105-107)Note typebibliography
- Field of study: Electrical engineering