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When the wind blows over Europe a simulation analysis and the impact of grid extensions
2008 5th International Conference on the European Electricity Market
Given the ambitious, politically-driven wind energy agenda in some U.S. States (e.g., California and Texas) and in Europe (e.g., Germany and Spain), adequate regulatory instruments are needed that provide incentives for additional generation capacity and transmission expansion. This paper analyzes the impact of wind energy extension scenarios in 2020 on the European high voltage grid, using a nodal pricing mechanism and assuming expanded wind generation capacity. Our analysis is based on a DCdoi:10.1109/eem.2008.4579063 fatcat:oh2ocuz3g5chjiuayzrbqrpnua