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- Market-driven security-constrained transmission network expansion planning
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- Efficient Energy Management Research Group (GIMEL)
- This paper presents a Bi-level Programming (BP) approach to solve the Transmission Network Expansion Planning (TNEP) problem. The proposed model is envisaged under a market environment and considers security constraints. The upper-level of the BP problem corresponds to the transmission planner which procures the minimization of the total investment and load shedding cost. This upper-level problem is constrained by a single lower-level optimization problem which models a market clearing mechanism that includes security constraints. Results on the Garver's 6-bus and IEEE 24-bus RTS test systems are presented and discussed. Finally, some conclusions are drawn. © 2011 IEEE.
- 2010 IEEE/PES Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition: Latin America, T and D-LA 2010, p. 427-433.
- Bi-level programming
- electricity market
- security constraints
- transmission network expansion planning
- Market clearing mechanisms
- Market environment
- Optimization problems
- Security constraint
- Test systems
- Total investment
- Constrained optimization
- Electric power transmission networks
- Network security
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