Spot Market Competition with Stranded Costs in the Spanish Electricity Industry
AbstractIn this paper we have developed a model which analyzes price competition in the deregulated Spanish electricity market. This model is the first to take explicitly into account the mechanism designed in the recent Spanish Electricity Law for settling stranded costs payments.
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Length: 63 pages
Date of creation: 2001
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OLIGOPOLIES ; ECONOMIC MODELS ; ELECTRICITY;
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