|Speaker :||Diego Kiedanski|
|Time:||2:00 pm - 3:00 pm|
|Location:||Paris-Rennes Room (EIT Digital)|
Energy storage systems (ESS) are envisaged as a solution to a vast number of problems in Smart Grids, yet their prices are hindering a massive adoption at residential level. To facilitate such massive deployments, we propose the shared investment in a battery among a group of consumers. This is achieved by modeling the investment problem using cooperative game theory. For an extensive class of relevant games, we provide theoretical results guaranteeing the existence of a non-empty core, i.e., a set of payoffs across consumers that are stable against the formation of sub-coalitions.
Tags: The effect of ramp constraints on coalitional storage games, Diego Kiedanski, Telecom ParisTech