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CIM's 20th Anniversary Seminar Series

A Two-Level Programming Model for Coordinating Utility-Constrained Electric Power Agents

Dr. Alexis L. Motto
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering McGill University

September 16, 2005 at  10:30 AM
Zames Seminar Room - MC437

We consider the problem of coordinating utility-constrained decision makers in a non-storable commodity market model with mixed-integer decision variables. In this work, the utility-constrained unit commitment/scheduling problem is formulated in terms of a two-level game model. A global solution is found to the ensuing representation using a branch-and-cut algorithm. An immediate application area of this research is that of electric power pool auction markets.