Long-run Incremental Cost Pricing Based on Nodal Voltage Spare Capacity

Furong Li, E Matlotse, Soc Energy (Editor)

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Abstract

This paper proposes long-run incremental cost (LRIC) pricing to reflect the investment cost in network to maintain the quality of supply, i.e. ensuring that nodal voltages are within limits. The proposed approach makes use of spare nodal voltage capacity or headroom of an existing network (distribution and transmission systems) to provide the time to invest in reactive power compensation devices. A nodal reactive power withdrawal or injection will impact on system voltages, which in turn defer or accelerate the future network investment, the LRIC-voltage network charge aims to reflect the impact on network voltage profiles as the result of nodal reactive power perturbation. This approach provides forward-looking signals that reflect both the voltage profiles of an existing network and the indicative future cost of VAr compensation assets. The forward-looking LRIC-voltage charges can be used to influence the location of future generation/demand for bettering network quality.
Original languageEnglish
Pages4576-4580
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventGeneral Meeting of the IEEE Power and Energy Society - Pittsburgh, PA, USA United States
Duration: 20 Jul 200824 Jul 2008

Conference

ConferenceGeneral Meeting of the IEEE Power and Energy Society
CountryUSA United States
CityPittsburgh, PA
Period20/07/0824/07/08

Keywords

  • Long-run incremental cost pricing and RPP problem
  • LRIC-voltage charges

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    Li, F., Matlotse, E., & Energy, S. (Ed.) (2008). Long-run Incremental Cost Pricing Based on Nodal Voltage Spare Capacity. 4576-4580. Paper presented at General Meeting of the IEEE Power and Energy Society, Pittsburgh, PA, USA United States.