Restructuring and privatization in power systems have resulted in a fundamental transition of conventional distribution systems into modern multi-agent systems. In these structures, each agent of the distribution system would independently operate its local resources. In this regard, uncertainties associated with load demands and renewable energy sources could challenge the operational scheduling conducted by each agent. Therefore, this paper aims to develop a distributed operational management for multi-agent distribution systems taking into account the uncertainties of each agent. The developed framework relies on alternating direction method of multipliers (ADMM) to coordinate the operational scheduling of the agents in a distributed manner. Moreover, a robust optimization technique is employed to consider the worst-case realization associated with the operation of each agent. Finally, the proposed framework is implemented on IEEE 37-bus network to analyze its efficacy in distributed robust operational management of distribution systems with multi-agent structures.
|IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy
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|Julkaistu - lokak. 2021
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