Bo Tranberg

PhD Student

Bo Tranberg
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Fluctuating and decentralised renewable electricity sources represent a challenge for a reliable supply of energy in the current as well as future energy system. Flow tracing techniques, which assign the power flow on a transmission line to the source of its generation and consumption, represent a valuable tool set to analyse and design the future electricity system in terms of grid usage and cost allocation.

We will first use methods from Theoretical Physics to analyse power flow tracing in complex renewable energy networks to obtain a deeper understanding of flow processes in networks in general. These studies prepare the ground for the application of flow tracing measures to weather and load data based models of a future European energy system.

Finally, we will evaluate the incentives and fundamental mechanisms resulting from an implementation of flow tracing based measures into the design of electricity markets, using general economic and game theoretical methods.

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