Journal of Shanghai Jiao Tong University ›› 2022, Vol. 56 ›› Issue (3): 312-324.doi: 10.16183/j.cnki.jsjtu.2021.391

Special Issue: 《上海交通大学学报》“新型电力系统与综合能源”专题(2022年1~6月)

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Performance Evaluation Index and Method of Micro-Grid Distributed Electricity Trading Under the Background of “Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutrality”

WANG Wenbin(), ZHENG Shujiang, FAN Ruixiang, CHEN Wen, ZHOU Shiyang   

  1. Electric Power Research Institute, State Grid Jiangxi Electric Power Co., Ltd., Nanchang 330096, China
  • Received:2021-10-08 Online:2022-03-28 Published:2022-04-01


With the rapid development of distributed power generation research and application, the distributed trading market, as a new type of power trading mode, can effectively increase the consumption rate of renewable energy and is an important means to promote the realization of the goal of “carbon peaking and carbon neutrality”. Introducing the market evaluation mechanism into distributed transactions will prompt users to consider the impact of the market evaluation mechanism on their trading strategies and promote the sound development of the distributed transaction market. The distributed power trading market among micro-grid users is studied in this paper. First, taking the market participants and transaction supporting software and hardware as the research object, a multi-dimensional performance evaluation index system is established from the aspects of power supply capacity, user satisfaction, and platform security. Next, the research status of distributed power trading market evaluation methods is summarized. The key technologies of distributed power trading performance evaluation are analyzed from the establishment of index system, the index calculation method, and the comprehensive evaluation method. Finally, in combination with the current development status, the research direction of the distributed power trading performance evaluation in the future is prospected.

Key words: distributed transaction, distributed generation, performance evaluation index, combination weighting method

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