Author(s): Peibing Song; Chao Wang; Guanshe Yang; Xiao Jing; Gongbo Ding
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Abstract: With the completion of interconnection project of the Eastern Reservoir Group, it is possible to realize the joint operation of the multiple reservoirs in the Ningbo, and integrated dispatching involving water supply and power generation has significant benefits. Based on the inequality of multi-stakeholders and the irrationality of benefit allocation in the cascade reservoir, this paper takes the joint operation of three reservoirs in Ningbo as an example and establishes a Shapley-value and benefit-incremental model, aiming at quantifying and sharing the compensation benefits. Results show that this method not only has strong operability, but also it has clear objectives that can be quantified. Moreover, this method takes the actual contribution value of different stakeholders into consideration. Thus, adopting this method is able to give full play to the enthusiasm of different reservoirs and achieve the maximum comprehensive benefit of the reservoir group.