|Title||A cooperative game-based mechanism for allocating ancillary service costs associated with wind power integration in China|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Authors||Junfeng Hu, Qingyou Yan, Xingmei Li, Zhong-Zhong Jiang, Fredrich Kahrl, Jiang Lin, Peng Wang|
|Pagination||120 - 127|
Wind power in China is developing rapidly. However, wind power curtailment has become increasingly severe, reaching 15% in 2015. The root cause of wind power curtailment in China is that its power system has insufficient flexibility. We analyze how to achieve a reasonable allocation of ancillary service costs for wind power plants, using a cooperative game approach. The analysis shows that, while the current allocation approach in the Beijing, Tianjin, and Tangshan power grid is based only on wind feed-in tariffs, an allocation method based on both the feed-in tariff and the capacity credit of wind would be more reasonable.
|Short Title||Utilities Policy|