Presentations

Podium Sessions

Podium Session 1 – Developments in Liberalised Electricity Markets
Tuesday 11:00 – 12:30

Resource Policy in the Post-liberalised GB Electricity Market
Speaker: Derek Bunn, London Business School

The Clean Energy for All Europeans Package – Reflections from a Markets Perspective
Speaker: Timo Schulz, EEX group

 
Podium Session 2 – Market Integration of Renewable Energies
Tuesday 14:00 – 15:30

On how to integrate large quantities of variable renewables into electricity systems
Speaker: Reinhard Haas, Energy Economics Group, TU Wien

Clean Energy for all European
Speaker: Jan Steinkohl, OfficerEuropean Commission – DG Energy

 
Podium Session 3 – Electricity Markets & Future Infrastructure
Wednesday 11:00 – 12:30

Grid and market development – what is needed for German Energiewende?
Speaker: Dirk Biermann, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH

The EU winter package and the future of the German Energiewende
Speaker: Rainer Baake, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

 
Podium Session 4 – EEM 2017 Forecast Competition
Wednesday 16:00 – 17:30

Forecast Competition Design and Overview of Results
Speaker: Dirk Hladik, Hannes Hobbie, TU Dresden

Cluster-based Regime-switching AR for the EEM 2017 Wind Power Forecasting Competition
Speaker: Ciaran Gilbert, University of Strathclyde

Wind power generation prediction using autoregressive models
Speaker: Peyman Mazidi, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

Day-Ahead Wind Power Generation Forecasting Using Support Vector Machines
Speaker: Pierre Huyn, Hitach America, Ltd.

 
Podium Session 5 – Business Strategies for the Energy Sector under Uncertainty
Thursday 14:00 – 15:00

Gas grids under Regulation and Energy Markets in Transition: Challenges for Business Development
Speaker: Ralph Bahke, Ontras Gastransport GmbH

Business Strategies for Energy Sector under Uncertainty
Speaker: Marc Oliver Bettzüge, Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Cologne

 
Podium Session 6 – Network Tariffs and Renewable Integration
Friday 11:00 – 12:30

The Need for New Energy Tariffs (in Germany)
Speaker: Wolf Fichtner, Institute for Industrial Production, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Revisiting Restructured Electricity Market Design: What the Past 30 Years Taught Us and What Electricity Systems of the Future Need
Speaker: Ramteen Sioshansi, Department of Integrated Systems Engineering, The Ohio State University

 

Parallel Sessions

S01 – Balancing Markets: Design Options
Tuesday 16:00 – 17:30

033 – Design and Performance of European Balancing Power Auctions
Speaker: Fabian Ocker, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

145 – An Analysis of Market Mechanism and Bidding Strategy for Power Balancing Market Mixed by Conventional and Renewable Energy
Speaker: Bo Jie, Yokohama National University

179 – Social Welfare of Balancing Markets
Speaker: Pavel Zolotarev, TransnetBW

242 – A framework for ancillary services design
Speaker: Samuel Glismann, Flensburg University & TenneT TSO B.V.

 
S02 – RES Support Schemes
Tuesday 16:00 – 17:30

119 – Experiences with Auctions for Renewable Energy Support
Speaker: David Fernando Mora Alvarez, Technical University of Denmark

026 – Flexibility-friendly support policies: A Nordic and Baltic perspective
Speaker: Luis Boscán, Technical University of Denmark

182 – Heterogeneity of Intermittent Energy Sources and Cost-effective Renewable Policies
Speaker: Clemens Streitberger, ETH Zurich

 
S03 – Flexibility in Energy Systems – I
Tuesday 16:00 – 17:30

021 – Optimal storage dispatch in a consumer setting with local generation resources
Speaker: Dennis Metz, University of Porto

027 – Assessing the Upward Demand Response Potential for Mitigating the Wind Generation Curtailment: A Case Study
Speaker: Ali Mubbashir, Aalto University

169 – Energy Flexibility in Retail Buildings: from a Business Ecosystem Perspective
Speaker: Joy Dalmacio Billanes, University of Southern Denmark

032 – Application of Priority Service Pricing for Mobilizing Residential Demand Response in Belgium
Speaker: Yuting Mou, Université catholique de Louvain

 
S04 – Energy Finance and Macroeconomic Interdependencies
Tuesday 16:00 – 17:30

029 – Links between Production and Consumption of Electricity with Economic Performance in Mexico
Speaker: Ricardo Massa, CIDE

150 – The role of public investment & development banks in enabling or constraining new power generation technologies
Speaker: Bjarne Steffen, ETH Zurich

074 – How cost effective is EU climate policy? Evidence from Portugal using integrated modelling
Speaker: Sara Proença, CERNAS / Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra

125 – Energy Indicators Framework and Climate Change Policy Implications
Speaker: Jorge Cunha, University of Minho

 
S05 – Grid Modelling and Locational Marginal Pricing
Tuesday 16:00 – 17:30

168 – Reduced Transmission Grid Representation using the St. Clair Curve applied to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas
Speaker: Henry Martin, Technical University of Munich

229 – Modelling the potential impacts of locational versus system-wide strike prices in contracts for difference for low carbon generation 
Speaker: Shona Pennock, University of Strathclyde

 
S06 – Dealing with Imbalances in Energy Systems
Tuesday 16:00 – 17:30

073 – Acquisition of a Balance Responsible Party under grid restrictions in an Extended Scheduling System
Speaker: Stefan Klaiber, Fraunhofer IOSB-AST

081 – Imbalances costs of small-scale renewable not dispatchable power plants in the Italian electricity market
Speaker: Nicola Sorrentino, University of Calabria

237 – Assessment of nodal pricing applied to imbalance settlement: approaches and issues for implementation in zonal markets
Speaker: Alessandro Zani, RSE SpAA

202 – Economic evaluation in using storage to reduce imbalance costs of renewable power plants sources
Speaker: Nicola Sorrentino, University of Calabria

 
S07 – Small Scale Energy Storages
Tuesday 16:00 – 17:30

214 – Capacity sharing – economic analysis of home battery systems
Speaker: Rafal Dzikowski, Lodz University of Technology

093 – The Role of Energy Storage in Local Energy Markets
Speaker: Esther Marie Mengelkamp, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

091 – Analysis of the Minimum Activation Period of Batteries in Frequency Containment Reserve
Speaker: Agustín Motte Cortés, Fraunhofer ISE

262 – PV-Battery Community Energy Systems: Economic, Energy Independence and Network Deferral Analysis
Speaker: Nicholas Good, University of Manchester

 
S08 – Market Equlibria and Stochastic Approaches
Wednesday 09:00 – 10:30

092 – Assessing the Potential Benefit of Energy Storage in Emission constrained Power Markets using Equilibrium Modeling
Speaker: Magnus Askeland, Sintef Energy Research

211 – Electricity Market Equilibria and Intermittent Renewables – A Stochastic Approach
Speaker: Thomas Möbius, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg

241 – Assessing the Adaption of Stochastic Clearing Procedure to a Hydro-penetrated Market
Speaker: Nilufar Neyestani, INESC TEC

152 – Towards a simplified approach for modeling policymaker’s decisions in the power sector
Speaker: Salvador Doménech Martínez, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

 
S09 – Economic Potential of Storage Systems
Wednesday 09:00 – 10:30

186 – The Value of Energy Storages under Uncertain CO2-Prices and Renewable Shares
Speaker: Christoph Zöphel, TU Dresden

212 – Value of Multi-Market Trading for a Hydropower Producer
Speaker: Marte Fodstad, Sintef Energy Research

106 – Economics of energy storage in the German Electricity and Reserve Markets
Speaker: Behnam Zakeri, Aalto University

104 – Pumped-Storage Plants improving Brazilian Interconnected System operation when facing high solar and wind sources participation
Speaker: Pedro Machado, University of São Paulo

 
S10 – Balancing Markets: Sizing Balancing Demand
Wednesday 09:00 – 10:30

082 – Dynamic Dimensioning of Balancing Reserve
Speaker: Patrick Schultheis, RWTH Aachen

083 – Endogenous Secondary Reserves Requirements in Long-Term Electricity Generation Models
Speaker: Alberto Campos, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

058 – Machine Learning Analysis for a Flexibility Energy Approach towards Renewable Energy Integration with Dynamic Forecasting of Electricity Balancing Power
Speaker: Andreas Essl, Energy-Control Austria

 
S11 – Analysis of Natural Gas, Coal and Oil Markets: Infrastructure and Uncertainty in Security Supply
Wednesday 09:00 – 10:30

010 – Investment analysis of unconventional hydrocarbon resources under uncertainty
Speaker: Anca Costescu, European Commission – Joint Research Center

072 – The changing landscape of world gas markets at the horizon 2020
Speaker: Sina Heidari, University of Duisburg Essen

094 – Advanced Simulation Solutions to overcome Limitations to Forecasting Scenarios for Natural Gas Trading
Speaker: Joel Enderlin, ENGIE

143 – Resilience in the German Natural Gas Network: Modelling Approach for a High-Resolution Natural Gas System
Speaker: Philipp Hauser, TU Dresden

 
S12 – Cross-sectoral Analysis
Wednesday 09:00 – 10:30

028 – Aggregated modelling approach of power and heat sector coupling technologies in power system models
Speaker: Philipp Härtel, Fraunhofer IWES

126 – Coupling of Electricity and Gas Market Models
Speaker: Timo Kern, Forschungsgesellschaft für Energiewirtschaft mbH

160 – Power market impacts of increased use of electricity in the heating sector
Speaker: Jon Gustav Kirkerud, Norwegian University of Life Sciences

 
S13 – Congestion Management
Wednesday 09:00 – 10:30

274 – The Division of the Common German-Austrian Electricity Market from a Legal Perspective
Speaker: Florian Stangl, CHSH Attorney at Law

165 – Analysis of Redispatch and Transmission Capacity Pricing on a Local Electricity Market Setup
Speaker: Philipp Staudt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

224 – Combined power market and power grid modeling – First results of the project SystemKontext
Speaker: Denis Mende, Fraunhofer IWES

250 – Integrating Balancing Reserves and Congestion Management to Re-balance the German System
Speaker: Carla Mendes, University of Basel

 
S14 – Innovative Business Models
Wednesday 09:00 – 10:30

176 – Ancillary services – between need for a market and decentral business cases
Speaker: Judith Litzenburger, EnergyAgency.NRW

227 – Market-based business model for flexible energy aggregators in distribution networks
Speaker: Jernej Zupančič, University of Ljubljana

098 – Effects of Implementing Decentralized Business Models at Neighborhood Energy System Level: A Model Based Cross-sectional Analysis
Speaker: Fabian Scheller, Universität Leipzig

228 – A review of business models for small prosumers in a post-RES subsidy and post-priority dispatch world 
Speaker: Tomi Medved, University of Ljubljana

 
S15 – Flexibility in Energy Systems – II
Wednesday 14:00 – 15:30

167 –  Value Assessment of Aggregated Energy Flexibility when traded on Multiple Markets
Speaker: Pamela MacDougall, TNO

078 – The Role of Demand Side Management for the System Integration of Renewable Energies
Speaker: Theresa Müller, TU Dresden

096 – Demand Side Response Aggregators: how they decide customer suitability
Speaker: Mitchell Curtis, University of Reading

111 – Assessing Storage and Substitution as Power Flexibility enablers in Industrial Processes
Speaker: Margarida Henriques, University of Lisbon

 
S16 – Generation Expansion Planning
Wednesday 14:00 – 15:30

127 – Electricity Capacity Expansion in a Cournot Duopoly
Speaker: Helene Brøndbo, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

076 – Generation Expansion Planning under Uncertainty: An Application of Stochastic Methods to the German Electricity System
Speaker: Friedrich Kunz, DIW Berlin

038 – Generation Expansion Planning under Uncertainty Considering Power-to-Gas Technology
Speaker: Niklas van Bracht, RWTH Aachen

095 – Optimizing capacity extensions in power systems: a case study of Bavaria and a comparison to Texas
Speaker: Thomas Deetjen, The University of Texas at Austin

 
S17 – Energy Markets: Market Coupling
Wednesday 14:00 – 15:30

088 – Impact of Generation Shift Key Determination on Flow Based Market Coupling 
Speaker: Constantin Dierstein, TU Dresden

258 – Market-coupling and the impact of cross border flows on the balancing of power demand
Speaker: Aleksandra Baczyńska, Lodz University of Technology

273 – What is the impact of the EU Energy Union on electricity prices? Results for selected member states
Speaker: Barbara Breitschopf, Fraunhofer ISI

114 – The application of a flow-based methodology for yearly network analysis according to market data
Speaker: Benedetto Aluisio, Politecnico di Bari

 
S18 – Electricity Market Design for Renewable Integration
Wednesday 14:00 – 15:30

178 – Defining a day-ahead spot market for unbundled time-specific renewable energy certificates
Speaker: Christian Will, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

112 – Electricity markets overview – market participation possibilities for renewable and distributed energy resources
Speaker: Ivan Pavić, University of Zagreb

185 – Future Electricity Market Structure to Ensure Large Volume of RES
Speaker: Artjoms Obusevs, Institute of Physical Energetics

263 – Designing electricity markets to integrate both energy efficiency and renewable energy policies: Future-proofing residential electricity retail tariffs 
Speaker: Lisa Ryan, University College Dublin

 
S19 – System Operators and Security of Supply
Wednesday 14:00 – 15:30

155 – The Operational Difficulty of Standardizing Frequency Restoration Products
Speaker: Marc Scherer, Swisscom Energy Solutions Ltd

064 – Sizing of a Photovoltaic-Storage System for Power System Frequency Support
Speaker: Ali Mubbashir, Aalto University

164 – Energy Markets Impact on the Risk of Cascading Failures in Power Systems
Speaker: Bing Li, ETH Zurich

292 – Exceptional Events Classification in the Portuguese Quality of Electricity Supply Regulation
Speaker: Hugo Pousinho, ERSE

 
S20 – Local Energy Markets
Wednesday 14:00 – 15:30

139 – Trading on Local Energy Markets: A Comparison of Market Designs and Bidding Strategies
Speaker: Esther Marie Mengelkamp, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

036 – On the Efficiency of Local Electricity Markets
Speaker: Hélène Le Cadre, EnergyVille

089 – Waste incineration plants as the supportive element of a local energy network
Speaker: Christoph Pieper, TU Dresden

122 – Evaluation of the effects of time-of-use pricing for private households based on measured load data
Speaker: Michael Hinterstocker, Forschungsgesellschaft für Energiewirtschaft mbH

 
S21 – Modelling Balancing Power Markets
Thursday 09:00 – 10:30

070 – Modelling reserve management strategies and assessing impacts on short term markets with the OPTIMATE prototype simulation platform
Speaker: Marco Schudel, RTE

080 – Estimation of the Spanish Secondary Reserves Requirements
Speaker: Jose Villar Collado, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

116 – Interdependencies of harmonised procurement of manually and automatically activated FRR in selected Central European Balancing Markets
Speaker: Bettina Burgholzer, TU Wien

260 – Balancing Reserves in the Light of 2050 – From Model Fundamentals to Market Developments
Speaker: Casimir Lorenz, DIW Berlin / TU Berlin

 
S22 – Transmission System Planning
Thursday 09:00 – 10:30

015 – Transmission System Planning Considering Solar Distributed Generation Penetration 
Speaker: Phillipe Vilaça Gomes, University of Porto

295 – Robust Transmission Planning – An Application to the Case of Germany in 2050
Speaker: Alexander Weber, TU Berlin

272 – The role of spatial scale in joint optimisations of generation and transmission for European highly renewable scenarios
Speaker: Jonas Hörsch, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies

052 – Generation/transmission investment planning integrated with market equilibrium models in electricity markets
Speaker: Emre Çelebi, Kadir Has University

 
S23 – Modelling and Simulation of Energy and Carbon Markets
Thursday 09:00 – 10:30

085 – Determinants of Power Hedging Mechanisms in Liberalized Electricity Markets
Speaker: Petr Spodniak, ESRI

199 – Structural breaks in emission allowance prices
Speaker: Peter Molnár, University of Stavanger

148 – Volatility spillovers in the Iberian electricity market
Speaker: João Lagarto, ISEL

183 – Carbon Leakage and Competitiveness: Socio-economic Impacts of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Decrease on the European Area Until 2050
Speaker: Roland Cunha Montenegro, University of Stuttgart

 
S24 – Mobility Sector
Thursday 09:00 – 10:30

223 – Climate policy beyond the European Emissions Trading System: Spotlight on the Transport Sector in Germany
Speaker: Heidi Ursula Heinrichs, Forschungszentrum Jülich

238 – Using electric vehicles as flexible resource in power systems: A case study in the Netherlands
Speaker: Sylvain Quoilin, University of Liège

291 – Macro environmental analysis of the electric vehicle battery second use market
Speaker: Robert Reinhardt, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

198 – Valuation of Contract Between Power supplier and Electric Vehicle Owner
Speaker: Josip Vasilj, Chalmers Univeristy of Technology

 
S25 – Hydropower
Thursday 09:00 – 10:30

054 – Operational hydropower scheduling with post-spot distribution of reserve obligations
Speaker: Jiehong Kong, Sintef Energy Research

055 – Operational use of marginal cost curves for hydropower plants as decision support in real-time balancing markets
Speaker: Hans Ivar Skjelbred, Sintef Energy Research

071 – Hydropower operation in a changing environment
Speaker: Moritz Schillinger, University of Basel

018 – Optimization of Cascaded Hydro Units Modeled as Price Makers Using the linprog Function of MATLAB® and Considering the Tailwater Effect
Speaker: Mário Castro, INESC TEC

 
S26 – Load Forecasting
Thursday 09:00 – 10:30

207 – Modelling of Demand Response for Utility’s Load Forecasting
Speaker: Smita Lokhande, Tata Consultancy Services

220 – Where are the electricity load hotspots in 2035? A load curve analysis considering demographic and technological changes
Speaker: Anna-Lena Klingler, Fraunhofer ISI

140 – How to improve Standard Load Profiles: Updating, Regionalization and Smart Meter Data
Speaker: Daniel Scholz, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg

163 – Short-Term Load Forecasting of Multiregion Systems Using Mixed Effects Models
Speaker: Miguel López, Universidad Miguel Hernández

 
S27 – Energy System Analysis and Adequacy of Supply
Thursday 09:00 – 10:30

066 – Adequacy of Power Capacity during Winter Peaks in Finland
Speaker: Jaakko Jääskeläinen, Aalto University

190 – Nuclear and Coal Moratoria Effects on the European Electricity System
Speaker: Jonas Savelsberg, University of Basel

205 – Considering power plants mothballing in long term simulation models for liberalized power markets
Speaker: Ahmed Ousman Abani, Mines ParisTech – PSL University

090 – Managing Energy Risk – A Case Study Of Bulgaria With No Nuclear Power
Speaker: Ndaona Chokani, ETH Zürich

 
S28 – Flexibility in Energy Systems – III
Thursday 11:00 – 12:30

124 – Attractiveness of demand response in the Nordic electricity market – present state and future prospects
Speaker: Antti Rautiainen, Tampere University of Technology

128 – Smart Demand Side Management: Storing energy or storing consumption – it is not the same!
Speaker: Joachim Geske, Imperial College

149 – Regulatory Barriers for Activating Flexibility in the Nordic-Baltic Electricity Market
Speaker: Claire Bergaentzlé, DTU Management Engineering

215 – Assessing the Flexibility Potential of the Residential Load in Smart Electricity Grids – A Data-Driven Approach
Speaker: Delaram Azari, Wageningen University

 
S29 – Simulation of Spot Electricity Markets
Thursday 11:00 – 12:30

025 – Empirical comparison of three models for determining market clearing prices in Turkish day-ahead electricity market
Speaker: Nermin Elif Kurt, Energy Exchange Istanbul

087 – Modeling the impact of wind and solar power forecasting errors on intraday electricity prices
Speaker: Florian Ziel, University Duisburg-Essen

172 – Forecasting Volatility in the EPEX market
Speaker: Peru Muniain, University of the Basque Country

 
S30 – Analysis of Natural Gas, Coal and Oil Markets: Market Dynamics and Price Volatility
Thursday 11:00 – 12:30

014 – Price volatility across the Atlantic: the US and the European Natural Gas Markets
Speaker: Daniele Costa, University of Porto

059 – Russian gas market: domestic market deregulation impact on electricity prices 
Speaker: Evgenia Vanadzina, Lappeenranta University of Technology

156 – The end of long-term contracts? Gas price and market dynamics in Central and Eastern Europe 
Speaker: Barbara Breitschopf, Fraunhofer ISI

192 – Google Searches and Gasoline Prices
Speaker: Peter Molnár, University of Stavanger

 
S31 – Market Price Analysis
Thursday 11:00 – 12:30

147 – Short-term forecasting of electricity prices with a computationally efficient hybrid approach
Speaker: Rodrigo de Marcos Peirotén, Universidad Pontificia Comillas

117 – Intraday Market Asymmetries – a Nordic Example
Speaker: Emilie Rosenlund Soysal, Technical University of Denmark

079 – Sensitivity of electricity prices in energy-only markets with large amounts of zero marginal cost generation
Speaker: Niina Helistö, VTT

109 – The effect of hydro and wind generation on the mean and volatility of electricity prices in Spain
Speaker: João Pedro Pereira, Nova School of Business and Economics

 
S32 – Distribution Networks
Thursday 11:00 – 12:30

187 – Minimization of Distribution System Losses By Exploiting Storage and Anticipating Market-Driven Behavior of Wind Power Producers
Speaker: Mana Farrokhseresht, Eindhoven University of Technology

226 – Procurement of Network Loss – System Operators as Traders?
Speaker: Dániel Divényi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

 
S33 – Agent-Based Modelling
Thursday 11:00 – 12:30

118 – Price-Based vs. Load-Smoothing Pumped Storage Operation: Long-Term Impacts on Generation Adequacy
Speaker: Christoph Fraunholz, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

253 – Agent-based Model of the German Heating Market: Simulations concerning the Use of Wood Pellets and the Sustainability of the Market
Speaker: Beatriz Beyer, University of Göttingen

060 – Simulation of the Iberian Electricity Market Using an Agent Based Model and Considering Hydro Stations
Speaker: José Carlos Sousa, University of Porto

144 – Willingness to pay for green energy: an agent-based model in NetLogo Platform
Speaker: Anna Kowalska-Pyzalska, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

 
S34 – Wind Energy: System Aspects
Thursday 16:00 – 17:00

142 – Integration of wind power – challenges and options for market integration and its impact on future cross- sectorial use
Speaker: Philip Tafarte, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ

146 – Impacts of offshore grid developments in the North Sea region on market values by 2050: How will offshore wind farms and transmission lines pay?
Speaker: Thure Traber, DTU Management Engineering

135 – Balancing needs and measures in the future West Central European power system with large shares of wind and solar resources
Speaker: Ingeborg Graabak, Norges Tekniske Naturvitenskaplige Universitet

 
S35 – Storage Systems and Distribution Network
Thursday 16:00 – 17:00

037 – Cost of Optimal Placement of a CHP Plant Within Existing UDN 
Speaker: Sreto Boljevic, Cork Institute of Technology

084 – Techno-Economic Analysis for Optimal Energy Storage Systems Placement Considering Stacked Grid Services
Speaker: Dimitrios Doukas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

234 – Energy storing vs. generation curtailment – the measures for controlling renewable generation
Speaker: Mateusz Andrychowicz, Lodz University of Technology

 
S36 – Wind Forecasting and Assessment
Thursday 16:00 – 17:00

288 – Modeling of Wind Speed Spatio-Temporal Series by Multivariate-GARCH and Copula/GARCH models
Speaker: Costantino Ragno, University of Camerino

209 – The Accuracy of Wind Energy Forecasts and Prospects for Improvement
Speaker: Kevin Forbes, The Catholic University of America

069 – The Impact of Power Curve Estimation on Commercial Wind Power Forecasts – An Empirical Analysis
Speaker: Gianni Goretti, Dublin Institute of Tecnology

 
S38 – Cross Border Trading
Thursday 16:00 – 17:00

213 – Cross Border Commercial Flow of Electricity for Germany: What does market data tell us?
Speaker: Samarth Kumar, TU Dresden

257 – Direct current market coupling: Sweden – Poland – Lithuania – Sweden
Speaker: Waldemar Niewiadomski, Lodz University of Technology

266 – Cost of Deficit Function: Conceptual and Methodological Aspects with an Evaluation of Impacts on the Operation and Expansion of the Brazilian Electricity Sector
Speaker: Marcos Basile Saviano de Paula, Clarissa Petrachini Goncalves, Universidade de São Paulo, EDP PEQUENAS CENTRAIS HID

 
S39 – Spatial and Temporal Interdependencies in the Power System
Thursday 16:00 – 17:00

174 – Allocation of nodal costs in heterogeneous highly renewable European electricity networks
Speaker: Mirko Schäfer, Aarhus University

024 – Spatial and temporal power shifting from flexibility sources. An economic and environmental assessment
Speaker: Amanda Spisto, EU JRC

 
S40 – Energy Efficiency and Human Behaviour
Thursday 16:00 – 17:00

233 – Modeling the impact of energy efficiency in the electricity consumption of the Brazilian tertiary sector
Speaker: Bruno Quaresma Bastos, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro

043 – Which are the Energy Efficiency determinants in Portuguese innovative firms?
Speaker: Margarita Robaina, Universidade de Aveiro

133 – Understanding consumers’ renewable energy behaviour beyond “homo economicus”: An exploratory survey in four European countries
Speaker: Kirsi Kotilainen, University of Tampere

 
S41 – Flexibility in Energy Systems – IV
Friday 09:00 – 10:30

230 – Estimation of electricity value for households participating in demand response programs
Speaker: Piotr Piasecki, Poznań University of Technology

246 – Impacts of Different European Renewable Expansion Strategies on the Future Demand for Flexibility Options Like Storage and Transmission Grid
Speaker: Frank Merten, Wuppertal Institut für Klima, Umwelt, Energie

203 – Comparison of techno-economic characteristics of different flexibility options in the European energy system
Speaker: Theresa Müller, TU Dresden

 
S42 – Grid Tariffs
Friday 09:00 – 10:30

141 – Design of Grid Tariffs in Electricity Systems with Variable Renewable Energy and Power to Heat
Speaker: Klaus Skytte, DTU Management Engineering

136 – Effects of major tariff changes by distribution system operators on profitability of photovoltaic systems
Speaker: Jouni Haapaniemi, Lappeenranta University of Technology

191 – Network Pricing for Smart Grids considering Customers’ Diversified Contribution to System Peak
Speaker: Xinhe Yang, University of Bath

243 – How to handle generation at the lowest grid levels in network charges
Speaker: Christine Brandstätt, Jacobs University Bremen

 
S43 – Impact of RES on Electricity System
Friday 09:00 – 10:30

016 – Analyzing the influence of Climate Change in Brazilian Electricity Markets
Speaker: Mário Domingos Pires Coelho, University of Porto

063 – Prospects, Barriers and Possible Mitigation Measures of Integrating Renewable Energy into Kenyan Power System and Market
Speaker: Ibrahim Olalekan Abdulganiyu, Lappeenranta University of Technology

137 – Capabilities of transformation from carbon-based into a sustainable and low-emission energy mix. Case study for Poland.
Speaker: Wojciech Lyzwa, Lodz University of Technology

 
S44 – Capacity Markets
Friday 09:00 – 10:30

044 – Impact of Capacity Market Design on Power System Decarbonization
Speaker: Jeremy Lin, PJM Interconnection

287 – Capacity market in Poland – evalutaion of the proposed solution
Speaker: Izabela Filipiak, Lodz University of Technology

231 – Short Term Clearing of Capacity Markets: An Alternative Approach to Capacity Pricing
Speaker: Ariobarzan Sadeghi, TU Eindhoven

 
S45 – Scenarios, Modelling and Timely Granularity
Friday 09:00 – 10:30

184 – Market integration VS Temporal granularity: how to provide needed flexibility resources?
Speaker: Olivier Borne, CentraleSupélec

282 – POTEnCIA: A new EU-wide energy sector model
Speaker: Leonidas Mantzos, European Commission – Joint Research Center

134 – Cross-Impact Balance as an Approach for the Development of Consistent Storylines for the European Energy Market
Speaker: Paul Kunz, Forschungszentrum Jülich

041 – Development of Adaptive Time Patterns for Multi-Dimensional Power System Simulations
Speaker: Denis vom Stein, RWTH Aachen

 
S46 – Wind Energy: Bidding Strategies & Investment Decisions
Friday 09:00 – 10:30

045 – Optimal Dispatch of Wind Farms Facing Market Prices
Speaker: Gilles Bertrand, UCL

102 – Valuation of Combined Wind Power Plant and Hydrogen Storage: A Decision Tree Approach
Speaker: Martin Schuster, innogy Consulting

 
S47 – Power To X
Friday 14:00 – 15:30

068 – Power-to-Hydrogen and Hydrogen-to-X: Which markets? Which economic potential? Answers from the literature
Speaker: Olfa Tlili, CEA

151 – Economic Potential of Water Electrolysis within Future Electricity Markets
Speaker: Patrick Larscheid, RWTH Aachen

248 – Regional Effects of Hydrogen Production in Congested Transmission Grids with Wind and Hydro Power
Speaker: Espen Flo Bødal, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

065 – Power-to-Hydrogen and Hydrogen-to-X pathways: opportunities for next generation energy systems
Speaker: Olfa Tlili, CEA

 
S48 – Integration of European Electriciy Markets
Friday 14:00 – 15:30

040 – Addressing the Question of Regional Generation Adequacy in Capacity Expansion Planning
Speaker: Andreas Maaz, RWTH Aachen

123 – Multi-area electricity market equilibrium model and its application to the European case
Speaker: Alberto Orgaz, Instituto de Investigación Tecnológica

254 – Scenarios for Decarbonizing the European Electricity Sector
Speaker: Clemens Gerbaulet, TU Berlin

210 – The effects of harmonized European climate policy targets in comparison to national targets utilizing a European electricity market model
Speaker: Lukas Nacken, University of Kassel

 
S49 – Tariff Structures
Friday 14:00 – 15:30

129 – Development options for distribution tariff structures in Finland
Speaker: Samuli Honkapuro, Lappeenranta University of Technology

138 – Aspects of Advancement of Distribution Tariffs for Small Consumers in Finland
Speaker: Kimmo Lummi, Tampere University of Technology

035 – Segmentation of Low Voltage Consumers for Designing Individualized Pricing Policies
Speaker: Maria Kotouza, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

 
S50 – Energy Markets
Friday 14:00 – 15:30

177 – Transparency versus efficiency in the MIBEL market
Speaker: Nuno Fidalgo, FEUP

188 – Improving Gradient Constraint of Complex Energy Orders on Power Exchanges
Speaker: Anna Mogyorósi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

245 – The review of market power detection tools in organised electricity markets
Speaker: Edin Lakić, University of Ljubljana

247 – Real time data analytics platform for power grid smart applications
Speaker: Magda Foti, University of Thessaly

 
S51 – Virtual Power Plants
Friday 14:00 – 15:30

158 – Hybrid-Heating-Systems in Lokal Virtual Power Plants
Speaker: Liya Ma, TU Dresden

100 – Transmission Grid Stabilization using Virtual Power Plants
Speaker: Sören Graupner, University of Leipzig

056 – Technical integration of Virtual Power Plants into German System Operation
Speaker: André Richter, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

232 – Power parks for maximization of renewable energy consumption
Speaker: Mateusz Andrychowicz, Lodz University of Technology

 
S52 – Market Design Options
Friday 14:00 – 15:30

132 – Rethinking Short-Term Electricity Market Design: Options for Market Segment Integration
Speaker: Christoph Neumann, TenneT TSO GmbH

162 – Electricity and telecommunication markets: A discussion of market designs
Speaker: Philipp Staudt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

251 – New Market Roles Changing the Electricity Market Model
Speaker: Beáta Polgári, Budapest University of Technology and Economics