Distributed Multi-Period Optimal Power Flow for Demand Response in Microgrids
The scalability and privacy preserving nature of distributed optimisation techniques makes them ideal for coordinating many independently acting agents in a microgrid setting. However, their practical applicability remains an open question in this context, since AC power flows are inherently non-convex and households make discrete decisions about how to schedule their loads. In this paper, we show that one such method, the alternating direction method of multipliers (ADMM), can be adapted to...[Show more]
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