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Title: Electricity markets with increasing levels of renewable generation: structure, operation, agent-based simulation and emerging designs
Author: Lopes, Fernando
Coelho, Helder
Keywords: Electricity markets
Renewable energy generation
Agent-based modeling
Intelligent Systems
MATREM system
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Lopes, F. Coelho, H. (eds.). - Electricity markets with increasing levels of renewable generation: structure, operation, agent-based simulation, and emerging designs. Book series "Studies in systems, decision and control", 2018, Vol 144, 327p.
Series/Report no.: Book series, Studies In Systems, Decision And Control;Volume 144
Abstract: ABSTRACT: This book describes the common ground between electricity markets (EMs) and software agents (or artificial intelligence generally). It presents an up-to-date introduction to EMs and intelligent agents, and offers a comprehensive description of the research advances and key achievements related to existing and emerging market designs to reliably and efficiently manage the potential challenges of variable generation (VG). Most EMs are unique in their complex relationships between economics and the physics of energy, but were created without the notion that large penetrations of variable generation (VG) would be part of the supply mix. An advanced multi-agent approach simulates the behavior of power markets over time, particularly markets with large-scale penetrations of renewable resources. It is intended as a reference book for researchers, academics and industry practitioners, but given the scope of the chapters and the highly accessible style, the book also provides a coherent foundation for several different graduate courses.
Peer review: yes
ISBN: 978-3-319-74261-8
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