Project references

For details on project references, please contact Lion Hirth.

System-friendly wind power

Model-based study for the International Energy Agency, Paris. Neon assessed the market and system benefits of low-wind speed wind turbines and east- and west-oriented PV based on its power market model EMMA. 2014-16. The study has been published in Energy Economics. Read report.

Open data platform

Construction of an open platform for European power system data for the German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy. Neon coordinates a team of three research institutes. 2015-17. Go to data platform.

Integration costs

Literature-based study for Agora Energiewende, Berlin. Neon advised Agora and helped implementing workshops in Berlin and Paris. 2015. Read report.

Whole system costs

Neon reviewed a report on whole system costs of wind and solar power for the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change, London. 2015.

Electricity market design

Assessment of long-term wholesale and retail power market design under very high shares of variable renewables for IEA-RETD, Paris. Neon partnered with FTI CL Energy for this project. 2015-16. See report and slides.

Model development

Neon supported Vattenfall in model development. 2015.

The benefits of flexibility

Model-based assessment of the market value of wind power in the hydro-dominated power system of the Nordic region for Energiforsk, Stockholm. Neon design the study, developed the model, and wrote the report. 2016. Published in Applied EnergyRead article.

The Swedish price drop

Swedish wholesale power prices declined by two thirds 2010-15. Neon conducted a model-based assessment of the reasons for this price drop for Svensk Energi, Stockholm. 2016. See slides.