In this work, Frank Oberüller investigates the discrepancy between profit optimal wind locations under a fixed feed-in tariff and the system optimal wind locations.
This paper develops a new methodology to endogenously determine the capacity value of variable renewable energy generators in large-scale optimization models for electricity markets, which accounts for balancing effects due to the spatial distribution of generation capacities and system effects via interconnectors.
How do extreme wind conditions affect the wind power production in Germany? How do the effects of climate change impact the energy generation in a long term perspective? Philipp Henckes, Andreas Knaut and Frank Obermüller answer to these questions by developing a new model.
What are the optimal conditions for renewable energies to compete in the energy market? Andreas Knaut and Frank Obermüller set-up a model that shed light on this problem.
Christopher Frank and his co-authors used COSMO-reanalyses to investigate the spatiotemporal variability, potential and availability of renewable energy sources.
Andreas Knaut, Frank Obermüller, Florian Weiser developed a numerical model to quantify the possible effects of shorter tender frequencies on costs and market concentration.
By combining measurements of clouds and radiation at the Jülich Observatory for Cloud Evolution, Nils K üchler and his co-authors investigates which cloud types are the most important for solar energy applications.
Sara Dal Gesso and Roel Neggers developed a new method to study the cloud response to climate warming.
Andreas Knaut and Martin Paschmann derived a theoretical model depicting the price formation in two markets with different product granularity.
Motivated by the EU Commission´s requirement for member states to account for cross-border trade within capacity mechanisms, this work analyzes the contribution to reliability of interconnectors and variable renewable energies.
In this work of Andreas Knaut, a model for the calculation of capacity values in electricity systems is used to illustrate the advantages of regional cooperation.