V.A. Evdokimov

Èlektron. model. 2021, 43(3):47-64


Based on the analysis of literature sources, the key scientific and practical tasks of improving and developing the pricing system of the current model of the electricity market in Ukraine "Competition at all levels" have been identified. The formulation of the problem of building a multi-agent simulation model of the pricing process in the electricity market as a complex dynamic system of decentralized interaction between manufacturing agents, wholesale and retail suppliers, energy traders and aggregate electricity consumers is considered.


simulation model, multiagent environment, electricity market, pricing.


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