Aggregate energy production in wind farms via dynamic robust coalitional games

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This paper investigates the benefits of aggregating independent wind power producers. First, we quantify the expected joint profit in the case where such producers act as a single entity in a one-stage contract interval, and in a multi-stage contract interval with recourse. Second, we provide a constructive method to design stable allocation mechanisms in the case where the expected profit is changing with time. Third, we prove that the allocation policy stabilizes the coalition by correcting allocations in real-time in the case where the realized power output deviates from the contract size of the ahead market.

Original languageEnglish
JournalIEEE Control Systems Letters
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2021


  • Aggregates
  • Coalitional games
  • Contracts
  • Game Theory
  • Games
  • Production
  • Real-time systems
  • Resource management
  • Robust Control
  • Wind Energy Aggregation.
  • Wind farms

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