[Kenko Uchida] The optimal mechanism for integrating strategic behaviors of agents on energy supply-demand networks into public benefit

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Kenko Uchida

Kenko Uchida

Waseda University


The next generation energy supply-demand systems are equipped with the energy transmission network and the interactive information-communication network as infrastructures. The systems are constituted of supply and/or demand agents, who try to maximize their own individual profits by exploiting information over the interactive communication network, and a single agent, called utility, who corresponds to a public commission and tries to maximize public benefit. In this research project, we aim at establishing theoretical foundations and developing design methodologies of the integration mechanism that optimally integrates the strategic decision making and control of supply and/or demand dynamical agents into public benefit, and copes with issues caused by environmental variations associated with the use of renewable energy.

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