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van Dooren, Roos (author)
Electrification by means of renewable energy sources in electricity production (RES-E) is a key strategy to meet global climate goals established in the Paris Agreement. The increasing share of RES-E as a result of this has significant implications on the functioning of the electricity system and the adequacy of the electricity market design, as...
master thesis 2022
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Wang, C. (author), Sharifnia, E. (author), Gao, Zhi (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
For planning of power systems and for the calibration of operational tools, it is essential to analyse system performance in a large range of representative scenarios. When the available historical data is limited, generative models are a promising solution, but modelling high-dimensional dependencies is challenging. In this paper, a...
journal article 2022
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De Vries, Laurens (author), Sanchez Jimenez, I.J. (author)
Existing indicators of electricity system adequacy need to be supplemented with economic performance indicators. As power systems are decarbonized, energy storage technologies are being developed and demand is becoming more flexible. Reliability standards need to reflect the price elasticity of these sources of flexibility. During scarcity...
journal article 2022
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Sağdur, Yasin (author)
In an energy-only market, private investors play a crucial role in realizing the security of supply. However, several specific characteristics inherent to his market design cause concern about whether this market design is suitable for system adequacy. Moreover, due to policy goals aimed at working towards low-carbon energy systems, these...
master thesis 2021
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Evans, Michael (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
This paper presents a framework for deriving the storage capacity that an electricity system requires in order to satisfy a chosen risk appetite. The framework takes as inputs user-defined event categories, parameterised by peak power-not-served, acceptable number of events per year and permitted probability of exceeding these constraints, and...
conference paper 2020
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Khan, A.S.M. (author), Verzijlbergh, R.A. (author), Sakinci, Ozgur Can (author), De Vries, Laurens (author)
To ensure security of supply and incentivize reliable investment in generation capacity, capacity markets (CMs) have been implemented or are being considered. However, demand response (DR) and electrical energy storage (EES) also contribute to system adequacy. In this paper, we analyse the change in the need for a CM if DR and EES are...
journal article 2018
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Mastropietro, P. (author)
Capacity remuneration mechanisms (CRMs) are “climbing” regulatory agendas in all liberalised power sectors, especially in the European Union. CRMs are introduced to improve system reliability and to minimise power shortages to an economically efficient extent. These schemes will have a central role in future power systems. This PhD thesis...
doctoral thesis 2016
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