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We consider a generation company operating in the liberalized electricity market, whose production system consists of hydro and thermal plants. Production is sold either directly to customers, by means of bilateral contracts, or on the spot market, where the electricity price is unknow until the market
clearing process has taken place. Price risk may be hedged by financial tools provided by the Derivative Electricity Market. In this work futures contracts are considered, i.e. agreements to sell electricity in the future for a specified price. A Mixed Integer Linear Programming model is introduced for determining the unit commitment of thermal units and the dispatchment of available thermal units and hydro plants, aiming at maximizing profits. Numerical results on a case study are reported.
CitationVespucci, M. [et al.]. A decision support procedure for the short-term scheduling problem of a Generation Company operating on Day-Ahead and Physical Derivatives Electricity Markets. A: International Conference on the Modern Information Technology in the Innovation Processes of the Industrial Enterprises. "11th International Conference on the Modern Information Technology in the Innovation Processes of the Industrial Enterprises". Bergamo: 2009.
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