• Analysis of the Profitability of Energy Storage for RES in an Equilibrium Model of the Power Market 

      Askeland, Magnus (Master thesis, 2016)
      The motivation behind this thesis is to utilize complementarity conditions to assess the applications of energy storage in an energy system with high levels of renewable energy sources. A model of a perfectly competitive ...
    • Assessing the potential benefit of energy storage in emission constrained power markets using equilibrium modeling 

      Askeland, Magnus; Jaehnert, Stefan; Korpås, Magnus (Chapter, 2017)
      An equilibrium model of the energy market is extended by a carbon emissions market. In addition, the mix of renewable energy sources is optimized given a limit on total generation. These two new features are integrated ...
    • Demand response with shiftable volume in an equilibrium model of the power system 

      Askeland, Magnus; Jaehnert, Stefan; Korpås, Magnus; Mo, Birger (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      A linear complementarity model is extended with volume-shifting demand response. The model is an equilibrium model of the power market. In this paper the model is subjected to a scenario for the northern European power ...
    • Equilibrium assessment of storage technologies in a power market with capacity remuneration 

      Askeland, Magnus; Jaehnert, Stefan; Korpås, Magnus (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      A linear complementarity model is developed and presented for two different electricity market designs comprising an energy-only as well as a capacity market. In addition, storage units are implemented, assessing the impact ...
    • Helping end-users help each other: Coordinating development and operation of distributed resources through local power markets and grid tariffs 

      Askeland, Magnus; Backe, Stian; Bjarghov, Sigurd; Korpås, Magnus (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      There is an ongoing transition in the power system towards an increasing amount of flexible resources and generation technologies at the distribution system level. An appealing alternative to facilitate efficient utilization ...
    • Innovasjonsrapport 2020. Forskningssenteret for nullutslippsområder i smarte byer (FME ZEN) 

      Bergsdal, Håvard; Sørensen, Åse Lekang; Cervenka, Zdena; Holm, Øystein; Thomsen, Judith; Sartori, Igor; Lindberg, Karen Byskov; Stokke, Raymond Andreas; De Boer, Luitzen; Hamdan, Hasan; Holmen, Elsebeth; Wiik, Marianne Rose Kjendseth; Backe, Stian; Kauko, Hanne; Georges, Laurent; Walnum, Harald Taxt; Lien, Synne Krekling; Skaar, Christofer; Wolfgang, Ove; Brattebø, Helge; Lausselet, Carine; Resch, Eirik; Sandberg, Nina Holck; Pinel, Dimitri; Thorvaldsen, Kasper Emil; Alonso, Maria Justo; Askeland, Magnus; Petersen, Sobah Abbas; Favero, Matteo; Carlucci, Salvatore; Liu, Peng (ZEN Report;, Research report, 2020)
      Forord. Forskning og innovasjon er grunnpilaren i vår visjon om å utvikle bærekraftige områder med null klimagassutslipp. Innovasjonskomiteen skal bistå senterledelsen i dette arbeidet gjennom å etablere gode innovasjonsprosesser ...
    • Interaction of DSO and local energy systems through network tariffs 

      Askeland, Magnus; Korpås, Magnus (Chapter, 2019)
      One crucial factor that influences distributed energy resource investments and operation is the grid tariffs. If the price signal passed on to the consumer is not representative of the actual impact of the decentralized ...
    • Peer-to-peer trading under subscribed capacity tariffs - an equilibrium approach 

      Bjarghov, Sigurd; Askeland, Magnus; Backe, Stian (Chapter, 2020)
      Local peer-to-peer (P2P) markets are envisioned as a promising market design to integrate the increasing number of agents in the distribution grid. To incentivize grid-friendly consumption profiles, we suggest a subscribed ...
    • Prosumers’ role in the future energy system 

      Askeland, Magnus; Backe, Stian; Fagerstrøm, Jonathan; Crespo del Granado, Pedro; Hofmann, Matthias; Jaehnert, Stefan; Kvellheim, Ann Kristin; Marañon-Ledesma, Hector; Midthun, Kjetil Trovik; Seljom, Pernille Merethe Sire; Skjølsvold, Tomas Moe; Sæle, Hanne; Throndsen, William (Research report, 2018)
    • A Stochastic MPEC Approach for Grid Tariff Design with Demand-Side Flexibility 

      Askeland, Magnus; Burandt, Thorsten; Gabriel, Steven A. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      As the end-users increasingly can provide fexibility to the power system, it is important to consider how this fexibility can be activated as a resource for the grid. Electricity network tarifs is one option that can be ...
    • ZEN og lovverket: Muligheter og begrensninger i dagens lovverk ved utvikling av et ZEN område 

      Bø, Lars Arne; Junker, Eivind; Askeland, Magnus (ZEN Memo;, Research report, 2020)
      ZEN og lovverket: Muligheter og begrensninger i dagens lovverk ved utvikling av et ZEN område Forskningssenteret for nullutslippsområder i smarte byer (FME ZEN, www.fmezen.no) har som hovedmålsetting å utvikle løsninger ...
    • Zero Emission Neighbourhoods in the European Energy System 

      Backe, Stian; Pinel, Dimitri; Askeland, Magnus; Lindberg, Karen Byskov; Korpås, Magnus; Tomasgard, Asgeir (ZEN Report;, Research report, 2021)
      Utviklingen av energisystemet drives av politiske ambisjoner for å dempe klimaendringene. Disse ambisjonene impliserer at energirelaterte klimagassutslipp må reduseres dramatisk i løpet av de neste tiårene. I tillegg til ...
    • Zero energy at the neighbourhood scale: Regulatory challenges regarding billing practices in Norway 

      Askeland, Magnus; Backe, Stian; Lindberg, Karen Byskov (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Buildings are becoming an increasingly active part of the power system due to the ongoing deployment of decentralized energy resources. To reap the added value that may be realized by zero emission neighbourhoods, it is ...