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Optimal Operation of Network-Connected Combined Heat and Powers for Customer Profit Maximization
Network-connected combined heat and powers (CHPs), owned by a community, can export surplus heat and electricity to corresponding heat and electric networks after community loads are satisfied. This paper proposes a new optimization model for network-connected CHP operation. Both CHPs' overall efficiency and heat to electricity ratio (HTER) are assumed to vary with loading levels. Based on different energy flow scenarios where heat and electricity are exported to the network from the communitydoi:10.3390/en9060442 fatcat:ppnfajlrsvbx3mkfdaenhzu4xe