عنوان مقاله [English]
With the high penetration of renewable energy, especially wind power generation with probabilistic nature, the power system is faced with multiple challenges from planning and operation point of view. The need for highly flexible emerging sources like energy storage systems for the integration of renewable energy is essential. Furthermore, the natural gas network as a clean and low-cost energy carrier has an impressive role in the long-term energy perspective. The emergence of new technologies like Power-to-Gas (P2G) and compressed air energy storage (CAES) technologies cause the interdependency between electricity and natural gas networks. An optimal bidding strategy of the hybrid wind farms, CAES and P2G facilities to participate in the day-ahead market is investigated in this paper. The hybrid robust-stochastic approach is implemented to handle the system uncertainties including wind power generation, as well as power market prices to maximize profit. The power generated by the wind farm is modeled by a scenario-based stochastic approach, while day-ahead power price uncertainty to find bidding/ offering curves is modeled by a robust optimization approach. Numerical results indicate an increase in profit, as well as maximum utilization of wind power capacity in the presence of P2G and CAES, simultaneously.