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A nodal pricing analysis of the future German electricity market

O. Ozdemir, J.S. Hers, E.B. Fisher, G. Brunekreeft, B.F. Hobbs
2009 2009 6th International Conference on the European Energy Market  
This study is a scenario-based analysis of the impact of different realizations of known investment plans for transmission and generation capacity on the future German power market while accounting for  ...  In case Germany remains a net-exporting country, the effects of vertical unbundling on cross-border capacity are less clearcut.  ...  Scenarios for new generation and transmission capacity in Germany The scenarios indicated in Table 1 are designed to evaluate the impact of more generation and transmission capacity in Germany on the  ... 
doi:10.1109/eem.2009.5207112 fatcat:pd3pb5jaezfl3psifzmp47resq

The economic value of transmission lines with increased penetrations of stochastic generation

Tim Mount, Alberto J. Lamadrid, Surin Maneevitjit
2011 2011 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting  
an inherently intermittent source of generation, such as wind capacity, is added to a network.  ...  transferred) would provide the correct incentives for investing in new transmission lines.  ...  The authors are responsible for all conclusions presented in the paper, and the views expressed have not been endorsed by the sponsoring agencies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pes.2011.6039349 fatcat:bq24phmyyfapne6ssayuulvkae

Line capacity expansion and transmission switching in power systems with large-scale wind power

Jonas Christoffer Villumsen, Geir Bronmo, Andy B. Philpott
2013 IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  
In this paper we look at optimal expansion of the transmission network in order to integrate 50 % wind power in the system, while minimising total fixed investment cost and expected cost of power generation  ...  Results show that actively switching transmission lines may yield a better utilisation of transmission networks with largescale wind power and increased wind power penetration.  ...  In practice, expansion of transmission line capacity and investment in new off-shore wind power plants is performed over a planning period of many years.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpwrs.2012.2224143 fatcat:pekxfk62d5cnpoq6l4x2pui3na

The Hidden System Costs of Wind Generation in a Deregulated Electricity Market

Tim Mount, Alberto Lamadrid, Surin Maneevitjit, Bob Thomas, Ray Zimmerman
2010 2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
The results show that the benefits (i.e. the reduction in the total annual system costs) from making an investment in wind capacity and/of upgrading a tie line are very sensitive to 1) how much of the  ...  Hence, the economic benefits to a network of using storage, controllable load and other mechanisms to reduce the peak system load will be higher with high penetrations of wind generation.  ...  The authors are responsible for all conclusions presented in the paper, and the views expressed have not been endorsed by the sponsoring agencies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2010.380 dblp:conf/hicss/MountLMTZ10 fatcat:gqtxjam7zzabxnpnwqx4nnsivm

Whole-Systems Assessment of the Value of Energy Storage in Low-Carbon Electricity Systems

Danny Pudjianto, Marko Aunedi, Predrag Djapic, Goran Strbac
2014 IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid  
This approach simultaneously optimises investment into new generation, network and storage capacity, while minimising system operation cost, and also considering reserve and security requirements.  ...  Case studies on the system of Great Britain (GB) with high share of renewable generation demonstrate that energy storage can simultaneously bring benefits to several sectors, including generation, transmission  ...  The model optimises the location and capacity of new transmission investment to minimise the objective function.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsg.2013.2282039 fatcat:qstuyepb75euhonwli7ky7zs2u

The economic value of transmission lines and the implications for planning models

Alberto J. Lamadrid, Surin Maneevitjit, Timothy D. Mount
2016 Energy Economics  
Transmission owners have to make decisions about investing in new assets while facing uncertainty in the generation plans, regulatory and environmental constraints, and current system endowments.  ...  Furthermore, these benefits can change dramatically when inherently intermittent sources of renewable generation are added to a network, and the changes in benefits are not captured effectively by changes  ...  Schuler, Aleksandra Janjic, and Steven Gabriel, as well as participants at the Eastern and Western Rutgers Conferences organized by the Center for Research in Regulated Industries, the Advances in Energy  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eneco.2016.03.015 fatcat:qcezrlbu5fbtzowzcpfsyhx2fu

Economic Analysis of Distributed Thermal Storage Electric Boilers Based on Multi Party Participation to Eliminate Abandoned Wind and Light Power

Hongbin Zhang, Qiang Jin, Xiaoxu Gong, Mingcan Feng
2019 DEStech Transactions on Environment Energy and Earth Science  
the economy of the main participants, and finally give a typical example to analyze and evaluate the economy of all parties, which can provide references for clean heating price policy. 1  ...  It is a systematic project to eliminate and discard the light and wind from the distributed heat storage boiler, which involves many main bodies, such as power grid enterprises, heating enterprises, terminal  ...  The Leading Mode of New Energy Enterprises in Landscape Industry In addition to building a large number of wind and light power plants, the wind and light new energy enterprises invest in the construction  ... 
doi:10.12783/dteees/icner2018/28505 fatcat:r3yjyhvdzfeghaetwpdzsn3wya

Flexibility from Combined Heat and Power: A Techno-Economic Study for Fully Renewable Åland Islands

Tomi Thomasson, Kirsikka Kiviranta, Antton Tapani, Matti Tähtinen
2021 Energies  
To evaluate the scenarios, the work developed and validated a combined dispatch and investment optimization model.  ...  The analysis focused on the renewable energy integration of the Åland Islands, where the synergetic island energy system is heavily increasing the wind power capacity.  ...  In the former subfigure, New EB and New BB refer to new electric and biomass boiler capacity, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14196423 fatcat:75k6bpr7xbdbrddjicejhnfrfy

Review of Optimal Allocation Methods of Energy Storage in Different Applications of Power System

Quanquan Wang, Guojing Liu, Bingyu Sang, Chen Zhou, Qun Zhang
2020 DEStech Transactions on Engineering and Technology Research  
So it leads to various configuration method and lack of a unified evaluation index.  ...  With widely application of energy storage technology in power system, the function and configuration method of energy storage system (ESS)in different scenarios have become the focus.  ...  The literature [35, 36] establishes an economic evaluation model for energy storage in distribution networks based on the benefits of electricity price arbitrage, reduction of transmission costs, and  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtetr/mcaee2020/35060 fatcat:lr2kcuvysrgpldwng47jfnonuu

Whole system value of long-duration electricity storage in systems with high penetration of renewables

Danny Pudjianto, Goran Strbac
2022 iEnergy  
A spectrum of case studies has been performed using the proposed approach on a future 2050 net-zero emission system background of Great Britain (GB) with a high share of renewable generation and analysed  ...  to identify the value drivers, including the impact of prolonged low wind periods during winter, the impact of different designs of LDES, and its competitiveness and synergy with other technologies.  ...  However, the views, opinions, findings, and conclusions expressed in this article are strictly those of the author(s).  ... 
doi:10.23919/ien.2022.0004 fatcat:bruvhonr3nfe3dmpkol6gwenv4

100% Renewable Energy Scenarios for North America—Spatial Distribution and Network Constraints

Elmar Zozmann, Leonard Göke, Mario Kendziorski, Citlali Rodriguez del Angel, Christian von Hirschhausen, Johanna Winkler
2021 Energies  
network investments.  ...  generation dominates the generation mix as the least-cost option under given renewable resource availability and (c) simultaneous planning of generation and transmission capacity expansion does not result  ...  Acknowledgments: This paper is part of a longer-term research program on "sustainable energy system modeling", carried out by the research group "Operations Research and Infrastructure Modeling" (OR-IM  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14030658 fatcat:65jlfal2nbhsdmjqjrubo3kfim

The cost of a future low-carbon electricity system without nuclear power – The case of Sweden

Xiaoming Kan, Fredrik Hedenus, Lina Reichenberg
2020 Energy  
This holds for a large range of assumptions on technology costs and possibilities for investment in additional transmission capacity.  ...  We model the European electricity system with a focus on Sweden and run a techno-economic cost optimization model for capacity investment and dispatch of generation, transmission, storage and demand-response  ...  This work was co-funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No: 765515 (ENSYSTRA) and Chalmers Energy Area of Advance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:2vczzcv7mfdideolhtakvz3r64

Transmission expansion simulation for the European Northern Seas offshore grid

João Gorenstein Dedecca, Rudi A. Hakvoort, Paulien M. Herder
2017 Energy  
We complement this by studying transmission expansion pathways of the grid, which are non-optimal and path dependent, using a novel and open-source simulation model for offshore transmission investments  ...  HVDC innovations and the integration of power markets and renewables drive the development of a European Northern Seas offshore grid.  ...  SETS is hosted by the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spain; the Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; and the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:yo5tw3wsubcfhfnbqx2azbqrte

Coordination and uncertainty in strategic network investment: Case on the North Seas Grid

Ioannis Konstantelos, Rodrigo Moreno, Goran Strbac
2017 Energy Economics  
In the near future, important choices that will have to be made concerning the network topology and amount of investment.  ...  Given the lack of coordination between generation and network developments across Europe, there is a real risk for over-investment or a premature lock-in to options that exhibit limited adaptability.  ...  A regional ISO would ensure that offshore wind power across the North Seas is efficiently transferred among countries and would be in a better position to evaluate the efficiency of transmission investment  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eneco.2017.03.022 fatcat:cmazfaqlz5bupbvlsjuuzqbewu

An Economic and Stakeholder Analysis for the Design of IPP Contracts for Wind Farms

Sener Salci, Glenn P. Jenkins
2016 Social Science Research Network  
In this paper we introduce a method for quantifying the benefits and costs of implementing a grid-connected onshore wind project that is owned and operated by an independent power producer (IPP).  ...  In contrast the owners of the IPP are guaranteed a very substantial return for their modest investment under all circumstances.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Richard Green (Imperial College London, UK), David Maddison  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2760137 fatcat:rge5pvfu6fhcjmqnffk6p5jv6i
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