In the last decade, distributed energy generation and storage have significantly contributed to the widespread of energy communities. In this context, we propose an energy community model constituted by prosumers, characterized by their own demand and renewable generation, and service-oriented energy storage providers, able to store energy surplus and release it upon a fee payment. We address the problem of optimally schedule the energy flows in the community, with the final goal of making the prosumers' energy supply more efficient, while creating a sustainable and profitable business model for storage providers. The proposed resolution algorithms are based on decentralized and distributed game theoretical control schemes. These approaches are mathematically formulated and then effectively validated and compared with a centralized method through numerical simulations on realistic scenarios.

Game Theoretical Control Frameworks for Multiple Energy Storage Services in Energy Communities

Mignoni N.;Scarabaggio P.;Carli R.;Dotoli M.
2022

Abstract

In the last decade, distributed energy generation and storage have significantly contributed to the widespread of energy communities. In this context, we propose an energy community model constituted by prosumers, characterized by their own demand and renewable generation, and service-oriented energy storage providers, able to store energy surplus and release it upon a fee payment. We address the problem of optimally schedule the energy flows in the community, with the final goal of making the prosumers' energy supply more efficient, while creating a sustainable and profitable business model for storage providers. The proposed resolution algorithms are based on decentralized and distributed game theoretical control schemes. These approaches are mathematically formulated and then effectively validated and compared with a centralized method through numerical simulations on realistic scenarios.
8th International Conference on Control, Decision and Information Technologies, CoDIT 2022
978-1-6654-9607-0
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