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Network-induced Unit Commitment - A model class for investment and production portfolio planning for multi-energy systems

Please always quote using this URN: urn:nbn:de:0297-zib-87607
  • In light of the energy transition production planning of future decarbonized energy systems lead to very large and complex optimization problems. A widely used modeling paradigm for modeling and solving such problems is mathematical programming. While there are various scientific energy system models and modeling tools, most of them do not provide the necessary level of detail or the modeling flexibility to be applicable for industrial usage. Industrial modeling tools, on the other hand, provide a high level of detail and modeling flexibility. However, those models often exhibit a size and complexity that restricts their scope to a time horizon of several months, severely complicating long-term planning. As a remedy, we propose a model class that is detailed enough for real-world usage but still compact enough for long-term planning. The model class is based on a generalized unit commitment problem on a network with investment decisions. The focus lies on the topological dependency of different energy production and transportation units.

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Author:Jan-Patrick ClarnerORCiD, Christine TawfikORCiD, Thorsten KochORCiD, Janina ZittelORCiD
Document Type:ZIB-Report
Tag:Investment planning; Multi-energy systems; Unit commitment
Date of first Publication:2022/08/24
Series (Serial Number):ZIB-Report (22-16)
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