FSR at SET-Nav Modelling workshop (Berlin)

On Thursday, 11 October 2018, FSR researcher Tim Schittekatte presented in DIW Berlin at a workshop focused on two-stage decision making and modelling for the energy market. Two-stage decision modelling is a tool that decision-makers can use to better describe complex situations and interactions in energy markets (e.g. between infrastructure decisions and operational decisions).

Tim presented the paper ‘Least cost distribution network tariff design in theory and practice‘, co-authored with Leonardo Meeus. The workshop was organised in the context of the H2020 project SET-Nav. More information and all presentations can be found here.


More on Electricity

P2P Energy Trading: Legal Challenges for Data Management and Data Protection
P2P Energy Trading: Legal Challenges for Data Management and Data Protection

Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading, Digitalization, and Data In Peer-to-Peer (P2P) energy trading, the prosumers engage directly with each other using a…

Peer-to-Peer, Energy Communities, Legal Definitions and Access to Markets
Peer-to-Peer, Energy Communities, Legal Definitions and Access to Markets

Peer-to-Peer, Energy Communities, Legal Definitions and Access to Markets: legal challenges for new actors and new behaviour The threat of…

Modelling Optimal Hydrogen Transmission Network Infrastructure
Modelling Optimal Hydrogen Transmission Network Infrastructure

The paper “Modelling Optimal Hydrogen Transmission Network Infrastructure” will be presented at the 10th FSR Annual Conference (10-11 June, 2021).…

Join our community

To meet, discuss and learn in the channel that suits you best.

scroll

top