INCOME DISTRIBUTION OF THE BUNDLED TRANSMISSION OF PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER PLANT BASED ON DEA GAME MODEL
School of New Energy Science and Engineering of Xinyu University, Jiangxi, China, 338004
The insufficient utilization capacity of photovoltaic (PV) power has been considered as the bottleneck for the future development of PV power in China. Nowadays, the bundled transmission mode of PV power is regarded as the most advocated solution by many scholars. Under the current unsound fiscal taxation policies in China, however, participators cannot receive the corresponding policy incentives and financial compensation for the additional contributions in constraining the implementation of the bundled transmission mode of PV power. Based on the basic theory of the DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis) Game, the allocation model of excessive profit was established. The feasibility of the developed model was verified by means of an actual case study. Arguably, the paper provided a certain theoretical basis for the quantity and practical form of excessive income distribution concerning the bundled transmission mode of PV power, and offered a solution to the income distribution for the bundled transmission mode of PV power.