单位：澳大利亚 新南威尔士大学 (University of New South Wales)
摘要：Currently, the energy system is transforming in an unprecedented manner due to decentralization and decarbonisation. A clear development is the so-called sector coupling, which refers to the growing interdependency of the electricity, heat/cooling, and transport sectors caused by overlapping infrastructure and using storable energy sources. Energy system must transform from an industrial age economy to a digital one using a high number of distributed energy resources (DERs) and the integrated operation of different infrastructure and smart/autonomous devices. The challenge is to coordinate and control the responses from a large number of generating and consuming entities without affecting the (local) constraints and general goals of the system, stability, and security of the supply. This requires shifts from passive to active load control and coordination to match demand and supply. The distributed nature of generation and consumption prescribes a decentralized system that enables coordination and optimization. As a result, decentralized intelligent energy transaction mechanisms are required, with the help of complex system theory and the application of state-of-the-art information and communication technology (ICT) to confront this challenge. Dr Jiajia Yang is now working with the UNSW Digital Grid Futures Institute and the ARC Research Hub for Integrated Energy Storage Solutions, to conduct cutting-edge research on the localized energy transaction mechanism for future digital grid system and address critical technical issues associated with the application of these mechanisms in real power systems. This presentation will report the latest research works of Dr Jiajia Yang on the localized electricity transaction market mechanisms in electricity distribution systems.
概况：Dr Jiajia Yangreceived his B.E. degree from Northeast Electric Power University, China, M.E. degree from Zhejiang University, China, and Ph.D. degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia, in 2011, 2014 and 2018 respectively, all in electrical engineering. He conducted PhD research at the University of Newcastle from 2014 to 2016 and the University of Sydney from 2016 to 2017. Dr Yang is currently a research associate in electrical engineering at the University of New South Wales, Australia and the lead investigator of the UNSW-Tsinghua University Collaborative Research Fund - Seed Grants. His research interests include electricity retailing, data mining in smart grid, renewable energy integration, and power markets.
Dr Yang is a reviewer for various international journals, including IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, etc.