Balancing group composition

Aggregating for Risk Mitigation and Efficiency Enhancement

Composition and strategic operation of a balancing group

A "Balancing Group" refers to a representative contract system allowed by power company transmission and supply agreements.
In this scheme, a leading new electricity provider acts as the coordinator, aggregating multiple new electricity providers.
This coordination facilitates balancing between participating Power Producer and Supplier (PPS) entities, reducing costs stemming from imbalances.


New electricity providers are obligated to adhere to a 30-minute coincidental equal quantity system, which aims to limit the deviation between power generation and demand to within 3%.
Failure to achieve this may result in the imposition of penalty charges known as imbalance fees.

As the size of this balancing group increases, the risk of charge burden associated with an imbalance can be reduced.
As representative contractors assume the role of settlement of transmission charges such as imbalance charges and notification to power transmission and distribution companies,
Information between each new power PPS is not shared with each other, and the work load can be reduced.

Optimal balancing group composition/participation proposal for new new electric power

When launching a new electricity venture or expanding into new service areas as a new business endeavor,
even in cases where the company lacks its own power sources in the target region,
participation in a balancing group can mitigate risks and enable entry by catering to low-demand consumers.

In addition, the optimizer considers the power supply configuration and sales strategy of each new electric power company,
We propose suitable groupings for each.

Realization of the industry's only partner balancing group/consortium

Optimizer has formed a balancing group consortium among partners that provide the only supply and demand management service in the industry.
We propose and support more efficient operations taking into consideration the area of jurisdiction.

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