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Inteligencia de Mercados: Comportamientos estratégicos sobre precios de oferta en el mercado spot eléctrico Colombiano


  • John J. García,


  • O. Lucia Quintero M,


  • Manuela Bastidas Olivares


El mercado de energía mayorista es uno de los sectores industriales más competitivos de Colombia, y representa uno de los ejes principales en la economía del país. Este mercado ha sido objeto de estudio de varias áreas de conocimiento como la ingeniería eléctrica, economía, finanzas y otros. Aquí se presenta un análisis de los posibles comportamientos estratégicos de los principales agentes de la industria, desde la perspectiva de la inteligencia artificial orientada a la inteligencia de mercados, es decir, un trabajo multidisciplinar centrado en la explicación y emulación de la conducta inteligente y posiblemente estratégica de los agentes involucrados en la actividad de generación de energía en Colombia. ***** The energy market is one of the most competitive Colombian industry sectors, and represents one of the main strategic focus in economy and development of the country. This market has been under study of many knowledge areas such as electric engineering, economy, financial and others. In this work, is presented an analysis of all the possible strategic behaviors of major industry players, from the basis of artificial intelligence oriented to market intelligence, that is, a multidisciplinary work focused on the explanation and emulation of intelligent behavior and possibly strategic of the actors involved in each market activities and in particular the behavior of energy-generating agents in Colombia.

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  • John J. García, & O. Lucia Quintero M, & Manuela Bastidas Olivares, 2013. "Inteligencia de Mercados: Comportamientos estratégicos sobre precios de oferta en el mercado spot eléctrico Colombiano," Documentos de Trabajo CIEF 010672, Universidad EAFIT.
  • Handle: RePEc:col:000122:010672

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    1. Gómez-Navarro, Tomás & Ribó-Pérez, David, 2018. "Assessing the obstacles to the participation of renewable energy sources in the electricity market of Colombia," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Elsevier, vol. 90(C), pages 131-141.


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