Balancing energy strategies in electricity portfolio management

@inproceedings{Mller2009BalancingES,
  title={Balancing energy strategies in electricity portfolio management},
  author={Christoph M{\"o}ller},
  year={2009}
}
Traditional management of electricity portfolios is focused on the day-ahead market and futures of longer maturity. Market participants use these markets to trade any excess production or consumption in their portfolio and balance their total position. Within limits, market participants can also resort to the balancing energy market to close their positions. The energy transactions on the balancing energy market can be separated into fluctuations caused by unpredictable events and strategic… CONTINUE READING
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