Two-way energy trading and online planning for fifth-generation communications with renewables

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Conference Proceeding
2017 23rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications: Bridging the Metropolitan and the Remote, APCC 2017, 2018, 2018-January pp. 552 - 557
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© 2017 University of Western Australia. Future fifth-generation (5G) cellular networks, equipped with energy harvesting devices, are uniquely positioned to closely interoperate with smart grid. New interoperable functionalities are discussed in stochastic two-way energy trading and online planning to improve efficiency and productivity. Challenges lie in the unavailability of a-priori knowledge on future wireless channels, energy pricing and harvesting. Lyapunov optimization techniques are utilized to address the challenges and stochastically optimize energy trading and planning. Particularly, it is able to decouple the optimization of energy trading and planning during individual time slots, hence eliminating the need for joint optimization across a large number of slots.
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