Marthe Fogstad Dynge
Background and activities
PhD Candidate within Energy Informatics at the Department of Electric Power Engineering. Main research focuses on the future electricity and flexibility markets, and relevant mechanisms within optimization, machine learning and blockchain technology.
Obtained a MSc at NTNU the Spring of 2020, with the thesis "Impact of Local Electricity Markets and Peer-to-Peer Trading on Grid Operations in a Norwegian Low-Voltage Distribution Grid".
Scientific, academic and artistic work
- (2021) Impact of local electricity markets and peer-to-peer trading on low-voltage grid operations. Applied Energy. vol. 301.
- (2021) DLT-based equity crowdfunding on the techno-economic feasibility of solar energy investments. Solar Energy. vol. 227.
Part of book/report
- (2021) Blockchain-Enabled Equity Crowdfunding for Energy Storage Investments. 2021 International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies - SEST.
- (2021) Optimal Utilisation of Grid Capacity for Connection of New Renewable Power Plants in Norway. 2021 International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies - SEST.
- (2021) Local Electricity Market: Impact to low-volage operations, Scalability of P2P, and new marketplaces. Energy Transition Conference 2021 . NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Online. 2021-04-28 - 2021-04-28.