Electricity Markets and Energy System Planning – EMESP

Research group

Electricity Markets and Energy System Planning – EMESP

Research activity

Research Projects of EMESP


Research Projects

Projects from EU (Horizon 2020) and the Research Council of Norway (NFR):


Research Projects

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OceanGrid

Our vision is that offshore wind farms connected to an offshore grid will provide a large share of the energy supply in Europe to reach climate targets.

NFR

2021-2024

Hossein Farahmand
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HONOR

Holistic flexibility market integration of cross-sectoral energy sources

ERA-Net 2020-2023

Hossein Farahmand
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+CityxChange

Co-creating the future we want to live in

EU H2020 2018-2020

Magnus Korpås
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PRIBAS

Pricing Balancing Services in the Future Nordic Power Market

NFR 2017-2020

Hossein Farahmand
 
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MultiSharm

Day-Ahead Bidding with Multiple Short-Term Markets 

NFR 2015-2018

Magnus Korpås
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IBM

Integrating Balancing Markets in Hydro Power Scheduling

NFR 2015-2018

Magnus Korpås
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HYPER

Liquefied hydrogen production from surplus wind/hydro power and fossil sources in Norway

NFR 2016-2019

Magnus Korpås
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HydroBalance

Large-scale balancing and energy storage from Norwegian hydropower

NFR 2014-2017

Magnus Korpås
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MAD

Models for Aggregation and Disaggregation

NFR 2015-2018

Magnus Korpås
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EV4EUR Environmental assessment of electric vehicle deployment pathways for Europe

NFR 2016-2019

Steve Völler

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MODFLEX

Modelling Distributed Resources in Smart Distribution Grid

NFR 2016-2019

Magnus Korpås

Centres EMESP

Collaboration within NTNU

Collaboration within NTNU:

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

The EMESP research group has access to a broad spectrum of advanced laboratories and scientific equipment: 

Energy Systems Seminars

Energy Systems Seminars

Join us in our bi-weekly presentation series that connect researchers across disciplines working on energy transition topics, with a focus on systems, markets, and techno-economic methodologies from operations research and related disciplines.

 

Energy Systems Seminars

 

It is co-hosted by the Department of Electric Power Engineering and Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management research groups in collaboration with the NTNU Energy Transition Initiative and SINTEF Energy Research.

Affiliation with Research Centres at NTNU

Affiliation with Research Centres at NTNU

Centres for Environmental-Friendly Energy Research:

Useful External Links

Useful External Links