16th international conference on the European energy market
Thursday, 19.9 @ 09:00
Prof. Mohammad Reza Hesamzadeh, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

PS 22: Energy Prices & Forecasting


Agent-Based Generation and Storage Expansion Planning in Interconnected Electricity Markets

Christoph Fraunholz, Dogan Keles, Wolf Fichtner

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

A review of single artificial neural network for electricity spot price forecasting

Fan Zhang, Hasan Fleyeh

dalarna university, Sweden

Improved Hourly Price Forward Curve Forecasting Based on Future Prices for Hydropower Production

Adrian Ettlin

University of Basel, Switzerland

Which strategy for implementing cost-benefit analysis of system infrastructures and market design in the European power systems?

André Nekrasov1, Jasmina Pierre2

1EDF R&D, France; 2EDF, France

Optimal Day-Ahead Bidding of a Risk-Averse Pulp and Paper Mill in the Energy and Reserve Market

Lars Herre, Federica Tomasini, Kaveh Paridari

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Price elasticity of electricity demand in metropolitan areas – Case of Oslo

Matthias Hofmann1,2, Karen Byskov Lindberg2,3

1Statnett, Norway; 2NTNU, Norway; 3SINTEF, Norway

ELM-Fuzzy Method for Automated Decision-Making in Price Directed Electricity Markets

Miltiadis Alamaniotis

University of Texas at San Antonio, United States of America