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 Philipp Staudt

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June 2019 e-Energy '19: Proceedings of the Tenth ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems
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Transmission grid congestion is one of the obstacles of renewable energy integration. It is therefore important to understand the causes and consequences of congestion. This paper describes three published data sets that contain pivotal information about transmission grid congestion and two countermeasures, that are typically used in uniform price electricity ...
Keywords: data sets, electricity, electricity markets, energy transition, feed-in management, grid congestion, redispatch

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June 2019 e-Energy '19: Proceedings of the Tenth ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems
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Renewable electricity generation is a cornerstone of the international efforts towards decarbonization. Some of the renewable generation occurs intermittently. This makes a market integration of renewables challenging as quantities cannot be forecasted precisely and it is therefore difficult to hedge market risk. This becomes more important as subsidy schemes are ...
Keywords: Distributed energy resources, electricity market analysis, renewable generation marketing, strategy assessment

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June 2018 e-Energy '18: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Future Energy Systems
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Data about the energy consumption of buildings contains valuable information which is essential for the future energy system and smart cities. However, only few researchers publish the data on which their methods and analysis is based. This lack of publicly available data sets, makes it difficult to compare strategies and ...
Keywords: building energy consumption, energy data, time series

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June 2018 e-Energy '18: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Future Energy Systems
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The changing topologies of electricity generation and the lagging expansion of transmission grids in Europe lead to a resurfacing of the debate over power market designs. This debate has been led as the "Nodal-Bilateral Debate" with proponents of a market with a central ISO on one side and a market ...
Keywords: Artificial agents, game theory, power market design

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June 2018 e-Energy '18: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Future Energy Systems
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Downloads (6 Weeks): 2,   Downloads (12 Months): 46,   Downloads (Overall): 97

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The transition to more sustainable energy generation challenges transmission system operators to include intermittent renewable generation as well as electric vehicles into the power system. Especially in uniform-price power markets, this results in the need for unpopular grid expansions to overcome grid congestion. We analyze the ability of the expanded ...
Keywords: Demand flexibility, electric vehicles, local markets, power transmission systems



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