“Impact of Local Electricity Markets and Peer-to-Peer Trading on Grid Operations in a Norwegian Low-Voltage Distribution Grid” by Marthe Fogstad Dynge

Another recent thesis from the Department of Power Engineering at NTNU investigates the impacts of establishing a local peer-to-peer market in local energy communities (LECs). It analyzes these impacts based on voltage variations, grid dependency, and losses. The model in this thesis is based on two existing research models, one for multi-stage market optimization and …

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“Comparing Optimization Strategies in Local Electricity Markets Applied to Large Industrial End-users in Norway and Residential Buildings in the UK” by Martine Halvorsen Sønju

A recent thesis from the Department of Industrial Economics and Technology at NTNU investigates two different optimization-based system control strategies on a local electricity market level. These strategies are evaluated based on two outputs: the total cost of electricity during operation [for both the energy sharing region (ESR) as a whole and for each end-user …

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