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The effect of wind energy production on cross-border electricity pricing: The case of western Denmark in the Nord Pool market

Elizabeth A. Unger, Gudmundur F. Ulfarsson, Sigurdur M. Gardarsson and Þórólfur Matthíasson ()

Economic Analysis and Policy, 2018, vol. 58, issue C, 121-130

Abstract: The aim of this analysis was to estimate the effect of planned cross-border energy flow and different levels of predicted wind energy share with respect to the three pricing outcomes (higher price, lower price, or equal prices) that can occur between a pair of trading partners in the Nordic day-ahead spot market. The analysis covers a four-year period (2012–2015). Three multinomial logit models were designed, one for trade with each of western Denmark’s (DK1) Nord Pool day-ahead spot market trading partners: eastern Denmark (DK2); southern Norway (NO2); and Stockholm, Sweden (SE3).

Keywords: Wind energy; Market coupling; Europe; Renewable energy; Nord Pool (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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