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Title: A multiple objective linear programming model for power generation expansion planning
Authors: Clímaco, João 
Antunes, C. Henggeler 
Martins, A. Gomes 
Almeida, A. Traça 
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: International Journal of Energy Research. 19:5 (1995) 419-432
Abstract: The planning of new units for electrical power generation is a problem which involves different and conflicting aspects. Besides cost, security issues and environmental concerns must be explicitly incorporated into the models. In this way mathematical models become more realistic, and they enhance the decision maker's comprehension of the complex and conflicting nature of the distinct aspects of the problem. A multiple objective linear programming model for power generation expansion planning is presented. The model considers three objective functions (net present cost of the expansion plans, reliability of the supply system, and environmental impacts) and three categories of constraints (load requirements, operational restrictions and budget). Three generating technologies are considered for power system expansion: oil, nuclear and coal.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/8350
DOI: 10.1002/er.4440190507
Rights: openAccess
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