Anticipating electricity prices for future needs – Implications for liberalised retail markets
Tian Sheng Allan Loi and
Jia Le Ng
Applied Energy, 2018, vol. 212, issue C, 244-264
Electricity price forecasting is a mature research area, with various techniques already developed in recent years to help both generators and retailers hedge against price and load associated risks. This paper aims to add on to the forecasting literature, with emphasis on the importance of making such forecasts transparent to facilitate countries' transitions towards more liberalised retail electricity markets.
Keywords: Electricity price forecasting; Retail competition; Welfare implications; Retail tariffs; Singapore electricity market; ARIMA and GARCH modelling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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