Publikationen des Projekts: Modellgestützte Analysen für die Strommarktgestaltung zur Integration erneuerbarer Energien im Rahmen der Energiewende (MASMIE)

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Diskussionspapiere 1452 / 2015

Renewable Energy Support in Germany: Surcharge Development and the Impact of a Decentralized Capacity Mechanism

The German support for renewable energies in the electricity sector is based on the feed-in tariff for investors that grants guaranteed revenues for their renewable energy supply. Corresponding to differences of granted tariffs and respective market values, a surcharge on consumption covers differential costs. While granted tariffs are bound to fall with advances in renewable energy technologies, the ...

2015| Thure Traber, Claudia Kemfert
Diskussionspapiere 1451 / 2015

Two Price Zones for the German Electricity Market: Market Implications and Distributional Effects

We discuss the implications of two price zones, i.e. one northern and southern bidding area, on the German electricity market. In the northern zone, continuous capacity additions with low variable costs cause large regional supply surpluses in the market dispatch while conventional capacity decreases in the southern zone. As the spatial imbalance of supply and load is increasing, the current single ...

2015| Jonas Egerer, Jens Weibezahn, Hauke Hermann
Diskussionspapiere 1400 / 2014

New Cross-Border Electricity Balancing Arrangements in Europe

The European electricity system is undergoing significant changes, not only with respect to developments in generation and networks but also the arrangements for the operation of the system. These are specified in the Network Codes endorsed by regulators, network operators and the European Commission with the objective to create an \Internal Energy Market". In 2013, European network operators formulated ...

2014| Casimir Lorenz, Clemens Gerbaulet
Diskussionspapiere 1385 / 2014

Capacity Mechanisms on Central European Electricity Markets: Effects on Consumers, Producers and Technologies until 2033

The reduced attractiveness of investments in reliable power plants under conditions of liberalized markets and the transition towards renewable energies has brought a discussion on capacity policies to Europe. We use a partial equilibrium model to compare important effects of three basic policies. A strategic reserve policy and a capacity market policy with administratively set capacity targets, and ...

2014| Thure Traber
Diskussionspapiere 1301 / 2013

Integrating Intermittent Renewable Wind Generation: A Stochastic Multi-Market Electricity Model for the European Electricity Market

In northern Europe wind energy has become a dominating renewable energy source due to natural conditions and national support schemes. However, the uncertainty about wind generation affects existing network infrastructure and power production planning of generators and cannot not be fully diminished by wind forecasts. In this paper we develop a stochastic electricity market model to analyze the impact ...

2013| Jan Abrell, Friedrich Kunz
Diskussionspapiere 1298 / 2013

The Benefit of Coordinating Congestion Management in Germany

The management of congestion within the German electricity transmission network has become more important during the last years. This emerging relevance is caused by the increase of renewable generation and the partial phaseout of nuclear power plants. Both developments yield a change in the transmission flow pattern and thus the need for congestion management. Currently, four German transmission system ...

2013| Friedrich Kunz, Alexander Zerrahn
Diskussionspapiere 1268 / 2013

Market Driven Power Plant Investment Perspectives in Europe: Climate Policy and Technology Scenarios until 2050 in the Model EMELIE-ESY

EMELIE-ESY is a partial equilibrium model with focus on electricity markets. Private investors optimize their generation capacity investment and dispatch over the horizon 2010 to 2050. In the framework of the Energy Modeling Forum 28, we investigate how climate policy regimes affect market developments under different technology availabilities and climate policies on the European power markets. The ...

2013| Andreas Schröder, Thure Traber, Claudia Kemfert
Diskussionspapiere 1250 / 2012

Integrated Electricity Generation Expansion and Transmission Capacity Planning: An Application to the Central European Region

This article presents an integrated electricity dispatch and load flow model with endogenous electricity generation capacity expansion. The target is to quantify generation capacity requirements for 2030 and where within Central Europe it shall be ideally placed when taking into account the projected grid structure. We explicitly model the interdependence between grid operation and power plant placing ...

2012| Andreas Schröder, Maximilian Bracke
Diskussionspapiere 1219 / 2012

German Nuclear Phase-out Policy: Effects on European Electricity Wholesale Prices, Emission Prices, Conventional Power Plant Investments and Eletricity Trade

The German decision to finally phase-out nuclear electricity has led to a debate on its effects on electricity prices, emission prices in the European emission trading system, as well as on international electricity trade. We investigate these effects with a Electricity market model for Europe with investments in power plants under oligopolistic conditions in Germany. We find modest price increases ...

2012| Thure Traber, Claudia Kemfert
Data Documentation 72 / 2014

Electricity Sector Data for Policy-Relevant Modeling: Data Documentation and Applications to the German and European Electricity Markets

2014| Jonas Egerer, Clemens Gerbaulet, Richard Ihlenburg, Friedrich Kunz, Benjamin Reinhard, Christian von Hirschhausen, Alexander Weber, Jens Weibezahn
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