Modelling hierarchical decision making framework for operation of active distribution grids


In this study, a hierarchical decision making framework for operation of active distribution grids (ADGs) in which distribution company (Disco) and microgrids (MGs) cooperate with each other is modelled. Since there are many MGs, that might have freelance call manufacturers, in ADGs, 2 levels of call manufacturers are thought-about in this framework. The mentioned framework is modelled as a bi-level optimisation drawback in which Disco and MGs are thought-about because the leader and therefore the followers, respectively. The ensuing model could be a non-linear bi-level drawback which is transformed into a linear single-level problem through Karush–Kuhn–Tucker conditions and dual theory. To evaluate the effectiveness of the model, a hypothetical distribution grid is taken into account as the case study.

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