L'insuffisance des signaux de localisation pour la coordination entre la production et le transport d'électricité dans les systèmes électriques libéralisés
This paper analyses how the long run coordination between generation and transmission is organized in a liberalized power system. We rely on a modular analysis framework in order to split in disctinct modules the coordination mechanisms between generation and transmission of electricity. The governance structure of the power transmission grid completes this analysis framework. Then, we show that, in a logic of institutionnal complementarity, this governance structure influences the power flow management schemes that are effectively implemented by the power Transmission and System Operators. Although the locational signals are necessary to guide the location of new power plants, the locational constraints of generators and the governance structure of the network then explain that these signals are insufficient to coordinate generation and transmission to the long term.
|Date of creation:||2009|
|Publication status:||Published in Revue Economique, Presses de Sciences Po, 2009, 60-3, pp.819-829|
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