16th international conference on the European energy market
Thursday, 19.9 @ 16:00
Dr. Michal Wierzbowski, Lodz University of Technology

PS 31: System operation, modelling, balancing and AS


Distributionally Robust Distributed Generation Expansion Planning in a Market Environment

Xuejiao Han, Gabriela Hug

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Heuristics for Transmission Expansion Planning in Low-Carbon Energy System Models

Fabian Neumann, Tom Brown

Institute for Automation and Applied Informatics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Monthly Contract Decomposition in Hydropower-dominated Electricity Market: Balancing Generation Fairness and Load Following

Xuguang Yu1,2,4, Zebin Jia1,2,4, Yapeng Li2,3,4, Zhipeng Zhao1,2,4, Chuntian Cheng1,2,4, Gang Li1,2,4

1Dalian University of Technology, China, People’s Republic of; 2Institute of Hydropower and Hydroinformatics, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China; 3Faculty of Electronic Information and Electrical Engineering, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China; 4Key Laboratory of Ocean Energy Utilization and Energy Conservation of Ministry of Education, Dalian, China

Generation Expansion Planning Based on Positive Net Present Value

Salvador Doménech Martínez1, Fco. Alberto Campos Fernández1, José Villar Collado2

1Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spain; 2INESC TEC

Evolution of the pan-European transmission system towards the development of a prospective global power grid

Angelo L’Abbate1, Gianluca Fulli2, Roberto Calisti1, Philip Minnebo3, Arturs Purvins3, Hana Gerbelova3, Mircea Ardelean3, Alessandro Zani2

1RSE SpA, Milan, Italy; 2EC JRC-Dir. C.3, Ispra, Italy; 3EC JRC-Dir. C.3, Petten, The Netherlands

Impact of nuclear supply outage on the European electricity system

Alessandro Zani1, Marta Poncela Blanco1, Arturs Purvins1, Angelo L’Abbate2

1JRC, Italy; 2RSE, Italy

Switching from green certificates to feed-in-tariff subsidies

Dawid Chudy, Władysław Mielczarski

Lodz University of Technology, Poland