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Zukünftige Energiemärkte und die Rolle der Netzbetreiber


  • Christian Nabe
  • Urs Trinkner
  • Marian Bons


In der Studie werden verschiedene Modelle des Zusammenwirkens von Strommärkten und Netzrestriktionen erarbeitet, analysiert und bewertet. Vor dem Hintergrund der künftigen Herausforderungen wird ein Ampelmodell vorgeschlagen, bei dem in Phase Gelb ein neuer Marktprozess zur Berücksichtigung von Netzrestriktionen zu Anwendung kommt.

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  • Christian Nabe & Urs Trinkner & Marian Bons, 2015. "Zukünftige Energiemärkte und die Rolle der Netzbetreiber," Studies and Reports, Swiss Economics, pages 1-81, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:chc:studse:0014

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    Verteilnetzbetreiber; Energiemärkte; Ampelmodell; Schnittstelle Netz-Markt; Energiestrategie 2050; DSO Congestion forecast;
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    JEL classification:

    • L94 - Industrial Organization - - Industry Studies: Transportation and Utilities - - - Electric Utilities
    • L98 - Industrial Organization - - Industry Studies: Transportation and Utilities - - - Government Policy


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