System benefits of coordinating wind power and hydropower in a deregulated market

  title={System benefits of coordinating wind power and hydropower in a deregulated market},
  author={Helnes Bod\o \Orland Valassaaret Visby Bark{\aa}kra S{\"a}ve Ris\o},
  • Helnes Bodø Ørland Valassaaret Visby Barkåkra Säve Risø
  • Published 2000
New additions of wind energy in the Nordic electricity market has been studied using the EMPS model. A scenario for year 2010 with CO2-tax and a total of 16 TWh of wind energy according to national targets have been included. The study focuses on the effect of changes in production scheduling imposed by new additions of wind energy under operation of a deregulated market. As a result, the import/export balance between the countries change in favor of exports to Finland and Germany. CO2… CONTINUE READING


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