Publications and responsibilities
Helping end-users help each other: Coordinating development and operation of distributed resources through local power markets and grid tariffs
There is an ongoing transition in the power system towards an increasing amount of flexible resources and generation technologies at the distribution system level. An appealing alternative to facilitate efficient utilization of such decentralized energy resources is to coordinate the power at the...
Innovasjonsrapport 2020. Forskningssenteret for nullutslippsområder i smarte byer (FME ZEN)
ZEN og lovverket: Muligheter og begrensninger i dagens lovverk ved utvikling av et ZEN område
Interaction of DSO and local energy systems through network tariffs
One crucial factor that influences distributed energy resource investments and operation is the grid tariffs. If the price signal passed on to the consumer is not representative of the actual impact of the decentralized decisions on the power system, we may get inefficiencies. The main problem...
An Equilibrium Approach Assessing Tariff Designs for Local Energy Markets in the Context of Active Consumers
Zero energy at the neighbourhood scale: Regulatory challenges regarding billing practices in Norway
Prosumers' role in the future energy system
Equilibrium assessment of storage technologies in a power market with capacity remuneration
A linear complementarity model is developed and presented for two different electricity market designs comprising an energy-only as well as a capacity market. In addition, storage units are implemented, assessing the impact of the market design on these units. Results of a case study for northern...