Economic and environmental implications of different approaches to hedge against wind production uncertainty in two-settlement electricity markets: A PJM case study

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2019-05-01

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10.1016/j.eneco2019.01.015

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Daraeepour, A, D Patino-Echeverri and AJ Conejo (2019). Economic and environmental implications of different approaches to hedge against wind production uncertainty in two-settlement electricity markets: A PJM case study. ENERGY ECONOMICS, 80. pp. 336–354. 10.1016/j.eneco2019.01.015 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19167.

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Patino-Echeverri

Dalia Patino-Echeverri

Gendell Family Associate Professor

Dr. Patino-Echeverri’s research focuses on public policy design for energy systems, with a particular emphasis on managing the risks arising from the uncertainties influencing the outcomes of government actions. Much of her current work focuses on the policies that affect capital investment decisions within the electricity industry, and the corresponding costs to society of electricity and air-emissions levels. Her models explore the effects of different government policies by representing the industry’s decisions under uncertainty on future technological advancements, fuel prices, and emissions regulations.


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