An Oligopolistic Electricity Market Model with Interdependent Segments
Pierre-Olivier Pineau and
The Energy Journal, 2007, vol. Volume 28, issue Number 3, 165-186
In this paper,we model a two-period electricity market with interdependent demand, where oligopolistic generators make investments in peak-and base-load capacities. Different prices are obtained in the two periods, and residential consumers can react to prices across demand periods. We characterize the Cournot equilibrium obtained as a function of price and cross-price effects and present a numerical illustration based on the Ontario (Canada) electricity market.
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