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Electricity market strategy characterisation with fuzzy logic: application to different types of power plants

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7 Author(s)
Massucco, S. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Genoa Univ., Italy ; Meini, L. ; Silvestro, F. ; Burt, G.
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In the last decade many countries have gone through liberalisation of their electricity industries. In many instances this has seen a move towards increased competition with market forces left to determine price. The resultant changes to market structure affect both electricity market participation and the operation of the power systems requiring a whole range of new issues to be addressed. This paper proposes an electricity market oriented tool that creates bidding strategies in a competitive market environment by combining fuzzy logic and deterministic approaches. In this way the technical, economic and behavioural decision making process of a generation based market participant is considered. The proposed model can be accommodated by both a power exchange and a balancing market The results obtained for different types of plants have been compared with actual market results for a representative combined cycle gas turbine plant (CCGT).

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Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems, 2004 International Conference on

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16-16 Sept. 2004

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