Background and activities
Adviser: Professor Asgeir Tomasgard
Main topic of research: Modeling sustainable energy systems and markets
- Stochastic programming
- Energy/climate policy issues
- Power markets
- Equilibrium problems in energy economics
- Bayesian statistics
Current project involvments:
- SET-Nav: Navigating the Roadmap for Clean, Secure and Efficient Energy Innovation. Web: http://set-nav.eu/
Previous academic work:
PhD project (defended July 2016): Modeling low emission scenarios for the European power sector
Research objective: Study optimal development of the European power sector for different low carbon emission policy scenarios. This work resulted in the implementation of EMPIRE, The European Model for Power system Investment with (high shares of) Renewable Energy, which is a multi-horizon stochastic programming model for investments under operational uncertainty.
Main Adviser: Professor Gerard Doorman
Co-adviser: Professor Asgeir Tomasgard
Teaching assistance experience:
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2016) The role of transmission and energy storage for integrating large shares of renewables in Europe. IAEE Energy Forum. vol. Q1.
Part of book/report
- (2014) Implementing Hydropower Scheduling in a European Expansion Planning Model. Renewable Energy Research Conference, RERC 2014.
- (2014) Large-scale power system planning using enhanced Benders decomposition. 18th Power system Computations Conference - PSCC 2014.
- (2014) The future European power system under a climate policy regime. ENERGYCON 2014 : IEEE International Energy Conference.
- (2016) Modeling low emission scenarios for the European power sector. 2016. ISBN 9788232617340. Doktoravhandlinger ved NTNU (2016:198).
- (2014) Linking Global and Regional Energy Strategies (LinkS). 2014. ISBN 978-82-594-3570-5. SINTEF Energi. Rapport (TR A7352).
- (2013) CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) - Recommendations for transitional measures to drive deployment in Europe. 2013.