Gerard Doorman

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In the traditional organisation of the power market, the generation Unit Commitment and Dispatch problem was solved as a cost minimisation problem. After deregulation of the electricity sector, the problem must be solved as a profit maximising problem. It is necessary to find feasible market prices. This is difficult, because simple marginal cost based(More)
This paper describes a model of the Northern European power markets that includes both the day-ahead market and markets for upward and downward Frequency Restoration Reserves. The model is similar to present European markets, procuring reserve capacity before the clearing of the day-ahead market. We compare a market design for the procurement of reserve(More)
A set of design variables is used to define balancing market design. Performance criteria are defined and the market designs are evaluated using weights and scores for each performance criterion. It is concluded that solutions based on trading between Balancing Service Providers and Transmission System Operators will reduce socio-economic welfare. Major(More)
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