ICEBERG is a research project sponsored by the European Research Council under the Starting Grant funding cycle. The project runs for 5 years effective May 2021. ICEBERG focuses on the integration of distribution systems to power system operations and electricity markets.
Context: The increasing integration of renewable resources in power systems increases the needs of the system for flexibility in the form of reserve resources that can rapidly balance fluctuations in system supply. Meanwhile, renewable resources also depress energy prices due to their low marginal cost. This creates...View Project
Context: In a regime of increasing uncertainty and variability due to the growing integration of renewable energy sources, the patterns of flows along electricity networks change rapidly and unpredictably. This requires network operators to adapt the dispatch of conventional resources so as to respect the physical l...View Project
95th Session of the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Market Reforms for Stressed Conditions: the Case of Europe, Harvard University, Boston, MA, June 14, 2019
14th EU-US regulators’ round table, Nodal and Zonal Market Clearing, Council of European Energy Regulators, Brussels, Belgium, March 18, 2019
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Workshop on Electricity Systems of the Future, Market Design Considerations for Scarcity Pricing: A Stochastic Programming Framework, Cambridge University, England, March 19, 2019.
Workshop on Flexible Operation and Advanced Control for Energy Systems, Transmission Capacity Allocation in Zonal Electricity Markets, Cambridge University, England, January 9, 2019.
ENGIE Chair Inauguration, 2014.