E3S Web Conf.
Volume 236, 20213rd International Conference on Energy Resources and Sustainable Development (ICERSD 2020)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Development, Utilization and Protection of Traditional Energy Resources|
|Published online||09 February 2021|
Thermal demand response model considering user's satisfaction with heat consumption under electrothermal coupling
1 NARI GROUP CORPORATION/STATE GRID ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Nanjing 210000, China
2 STATE GRID ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE WUHAN EFFICIENCY EVALUATION COMPANY LIMITED, Wuhan 430074, China
3 State Grid Gansu Electric Power Company
* Corresponding author:firstname.lastname@example.org
.In recent years, the development of new energy has become a bottleneck. As a high-quality demand side response resource that can be flexibly dispatched, thermal load can be used to promote the consumption and utilization of new energy. Based on the theory of peak valley electricity price and power demand response mechanism, this paper designs a demand response model of thermal price type, which uses time-sharing heat price to guide users to use heat orderly on the heating side. The simulation results show that the reasonable setting of heat price and satisfaction constraints of different heating modes can effectively change the heating mode of the user side and alleviate the contradiction between the supply and demand of thermal power, reduce the heating cost and realize the economic operation of the system.
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