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Evaluating Policy Implications on the Restrictiveness of Flow-based Market Coupling with High Shares of Intermittent Generation: A Case Study for Central Western Europe

@article{Weinhold2021EvaluatingPI,
  title={Evaluating Policy Implications on the Restrictiveness of Flow-based Market Coupling with High Shares of Intermittent Generation: A Case Study for Central Western Europe},
  author={Richard Weinhold},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.04940}
}
The current stage in the evolution of the European internal energy market for electricity is defined by the transformation towards a renewable energy system. The Clean Energy Package aims to ensure that methods for capacity allocation and congestion management, that are at the center of the European internal market for electricity, align with this transformation. Flow-based market coupling, the preferred method for capacity allocation, is first and foremost a formal process to allocate exchange… 

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