Modeling electricity prices: jump diffusion and regime switching
In this paper we address the issue of modeling spot electricity prices. After summarizing the stylized facts about spot electricity prices, we review a number of models proposed in the literature. Afterwards we fit a jump diffusion and a regime switching model to spot prices from the Nordic power exchange and discuss the pros and cons of each one.
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Volume (Year): 336 (2004)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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