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Bidding strategy optimisation in the electricity markets

In a liberalised electricity market, such as is the case for the Nordic countries, electricity production levels and prices are determined via a market statement based on supply and demand bids provided by electricity producers and suppliers, and the major electricity consumers. In the case of electricity producers, an effective bidding strategy requires a thorough and comprehensive analysis of their own production systems, agreed market obligations, and forecasts of future developments in the power system.

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Decision support in energy and environmental management

The management of water and energy resources is practised by public authorities at municipal, regional and national levels. In special cases, clarification may be required in addition to what is usually needed in more normal management processes. There may be a need for the assistance of experts with special qualifications with regard to a certain method or issue, or with experience from the water system in question.

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Energy markets

Power systems and power markets in continental Europe are undergoing rapid growth. Nordic market players and system operators are currently facing key investment decisions linked to opportunities for enhanced flexibility in the production system (power output expansion and pumping) and an increase in the number of transmission cables serving Europe.

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Energy systems analysis

On the basis of our experience from developments in the Nordic energy market, which is one of the first efficient markets of its type, we provide analyses for a society in a constant state of change. We generate scenarios for a future Nordic and European energy system, taking the energy sector's "green" revolution into account. The scenarios are based on a large-scale integration of renewable energy sources and will enable our clients to achieve reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. This is the basis for identifying future challenges and for arriving at systems that will facilitate the achievement of an efficient and sustainable energy market, and energy systems, for the future.

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456 78 235
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Multi-market planning

The spot market is by far the largest market for the physical supply of electrical power. The spot market is a day-ahead market, but there are also markets that trade on an intra-day basis for the supply of reserves and balancing power, and for trading in bilateral contracts. The intention is that, within the electrical power system, trading in all these markets shall be linked together as part of the same production and transmission system. This requires multi-market planning.

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926 16 498
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