Stochastic Unit Commitment with Intermittent Resources

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Stochastic Unit Commitment with Intermittent Resources Stochastic Unit Commitment with Intermittent Resources Stochastic Unit Commitment with Intermittent Resources The contractor shall provide both direct expertise and efforts obtained via collaboration with a PhD student in the formulation and solution of stochastic mixed-integer programs relating to advanced formulations of unit commitment and related power grid optimization problems. Tasks: a. Collaborate with Sandia staff - including Jean-Paul Watson and other members of the Discrete Math and Complex Systems department - to develop models and algorithms for stochastic mixed-integer programs addressing advanced unit commitment models in high-penetration renewable environments. b. Collaborate with Sandia staff to test resulting algorithms on IEEE and other Sandia-supplied benchmarks. Deliverables: a. Provide periodic consulting during meetings at Sandia or off-site. b. Provide documentation of all research, reported in the form of publications or technical reports.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date7/1/119/21/12

Funding

  • US Department of Energy (DOE): $86,058.00

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