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2005 IEEE Russia Power Tech
Under real-time or day-ahead pool-based electricity markets, the implementation of the distribution loss allocation procedures implies an access-pricing framework based on halfhour or hour locational prices. For each consumer and distributed generator it is required to apply an additional charge in the energy price in order to cover the cost of active losses. Since every allocation procedure modifies the locational prices in a different way, the initial market equilibrium point is altered anddoi:10.1109/ptc.2005.4524630 fatcat:m2zed6r2mbfcpgn7v6kcfcpzha