Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
A generic framework for power system flexibility analysis using cooperative game theory
Multistage grid investments incorporating uncertainty in offshore wind development
Representation of uncertainty in transmission expansion planning (TEP) models has become increasingly important as many power systems are exposed to significant technological changes induced by top-down climate and energy targets. The objective with this paper is to incorporate uncertainty regarding...
Japan–Norway research cooperation on wind power and offshore grids: Robustness in grid optimisation and operation
Integration of renewable energy and the benefit of storage from a grid and market perspective - results from Morocco and Egypt case studies
This paper presents results from case studies of the future power systems in Morocco and Egypt, with a high increase in renewable generation capacity. Datasets representing 2030 scenarios have been generated and studied with a simplified grid-market model that takes into account variable renewable g...
Grid code status for wind farms interconnection in Northern Africa and Spain: Descriptions and recommendations for Northern Africa
Electricity production from renewable energy sources is increasing as costs are going down and concerns of climate change are driving political targets to shift away from fossil fuels. The fast expansion of renewable energy into the electric grid, from being negligible to becoming important for syst...
Validation study of an approximate 2014 European power-flow model using PowerGAMA
This study presents a validation study of an approximated model of the European power system in 2014. A lightweight and open-source power-flow tool is used for this study. The tool and the model are publicly available and can be adapted to study future impact of large investments in the power system...
Developing a wind and solar power data model for Europe with high spatial-temporal resolution
This paper describes a wind and solar power production model for Europe based on the numerical weather prediction model COSMO-EU. The COSMO-EU model has hourly time resolution and a spatial resolution of 7 km × 7 km for Europe. The model is validated against power production information from the sys...