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Title: Mathematical framework for designing energy matching and trading within green building neighbourhood system
Author: Ghazimirsaeid, S. S.
ISNI:       0000 0004 8508 7810
Awarding Body: University of Salford
Current Institution: University of Salford
Date of Award: 2019
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Nowadays, energy efficiency, energy matching and trading, power production based on renewable energy resources, improving reliability, increasing power quality and other concepts are providing the most important topics in the power systems analysis especially in green building in the neighbourhood systems (GBNS). To do so, the need to obtain the optimal and economical dispatch of energy matching and trading should be expressed at the same time. Although, there are some solutions in literature but there is still a lack of mathematical framework for energy matching and trading in GBNS. In this dissertation, a mathematical framework is developed with the aim of supporting an optimal energy matching and trading within a GBNS. This aim will be achieved through several optimization algorithms based on heuristic and realistic optimization techniques. The appearance of new methods based on optimization algorithms and the challenges of managing a system contain different type of energy resources was also replicating the challenges encountered in this thesis. As a result, these methods are needed to be applied in such a way to achieve maximum efficiency, enhance the economic dispatch as well as to provide the best performance in GBNS. In order to validate the proposed framework, several case studies are simulated in this thesis and optimized based on various optimization algorithms. The better performances of the proposed algorithms are shown in comparison with the realistic optimization algorithms, and its effectiveness is validated over several GBs. The obtained results show convergence speed increase and the remarkable improvement of efficiency and accuracy under different condition. The obtained results clearly show that the proposed framework is effective in achieving optimal dispatch of generation resources in systems with multiple GBs and minimizing the market clearing price for the consumers and providing the better utilization of renewable energy sources.
Supervisor: Not available Sponsor: European Commission
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
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