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Cost Allocation of Transmission Losses in Electric Market Mechanism

Author(s): Hermagasantos Zein | Erwin Dermawan

ISSN 1693-6930

Volume: 10;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 211;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: transmission | cost allocation | marginal price | separating of losses

This paper proposes a new method to calculate cost allocation of transmission losses (losses), based on a certain price of energy (i.e. a marginal price of system). Here is developed a mathematic model through manipulating of the network equation to separate losses. This model uses complex power injection and, does not use approximations and assumptions in determining the cost allocation of losses. Its calculation begins from the results of load flow calculation and then is continued to calculate power distribution from a generator to every load and every line. Finally, to be calculated separating of losses and cost allocation of losses. The proposed method is easy to be understood and applied. An illustration results on IEEE 14-bus system show that the method is always consistent with expectancies and somewhat different with a few reference methods.
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