ENG  Vol.5 No.1 B , January 2013
The Research about the Trans-provincial Centralized Bidding Trading Market of East China Power Grid --I:Empirical Analysis
Abstract
The clearing price and bidding price in electricity market are two key indicators to measure whether it is reasonable or not. Based on the grey incidence analysis, this paper studies the correlation coefficient between the clearing price and bidding price with the generation cost, the supervision and rules of the market, the supply and demand situation, the behavior of market members over the same period, which is based on the actual data of the trans-provincial centralized trading market of East China Power Grid. The results show that the factors affecting the clearing price and bidding price from largest to smallest are generation cost, supervision and rules of the market, the supply and demand situation, the behavior of market members. The conclusion is that the trans-provincial trading platform of East China Power Grid is a reasonable regional market which can discover the market cost, and regulate the market supply and demand balance, and promote healthy competition.

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B. Zou, X. Wang, X. Li and L. Yang, "The Research about the Trans-provincial Centralized Bidding Trading Market of East China Power Grid --I:Empirical Analysis," Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 1, 2013, pp. 115-120. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.51B021.
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