Projekte und Referenzen
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Ancillary Services (BMWi). Evaluation of market-based procurement of non-frequency ancillary services such as inertia and voltage support for Germany’s BMWi. Neon supports the project coordinated by EF.Ruhr. 2019-21.
Redispatch (BMWi). Assessment of alternative options to source redispatch resources, including redispatch markets and local markets for flexibility. The client is Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, Berlin. Neon serves a project coordinator for a consortium of Consentec, Connect Energy Economics, Fraunhofer ISI, Ecofys, and SUER and is responsible for two work packages. 2017-20. Markt & Netz | Final Report
Electricity supply contract (European industrial company). Evaluation of a long-term electricity supply contract for a large-scale energy-intensive industrial consumer in the context of a court case. 2018.
TSO data quality (European Commission). Assessment of data quality provided by European transmission system operators for DG Energy, Brussels. 2017. An article based on this study appeared in Applied Energy. More
Portfolio management costs (European utility). Regulatory assessment and quantitative cost benchmarks for portfolio management costs of renewable energy for the trading department of a major European utility. 2017.
Nodal pricing (BMWi). Consulting on locational price signals in wholesale markets. Along with Consentec, Neon was responsible to organize a series of workshop and write a project report. 2016-17. More
Market value of wind power (European utility). Evaluation of design options and operation strategies to improve the economics of wind power under market conditions. 2016-17.
Wind value in the Nordic region (Energiforsk). Model-based assessment of the market value of wind energy in the hydro-dominated power system of the Nordic region. Neon designed the study, developed the model, and wrote the report, which appeared in Applied Energy. 2016. More
EU electricity market design (BMWi). Policy advise on wholesale market and balancing market design in the development of the Clean Energy for all Europeans package. Neon was member of a consortium with Connect, Consentec, and others. 2016-19.
Reasons for the price drop (Swedish Energy). Swedish wholesale power prices declined by two thirds from 2010 to 2015. Neon conducted a model-based assessment of the reasons for this price drop. 2016. More
The benefits of hydropower flexibility (European utility). Model-based assessment of capture rates for a European utility. Neon provided a model-based assessment of the market value of wind energy and hydroelectricity. 2016.
Generation time series (European utility). Neon provided in-feed time series of wind and solar power from re-analysis models. 2016.
System-friendly wind and solar power (IEA). Model-based study for the International Energy Agency. Neon assessed the market and system benefits of low-wind speed wind turbines and east- and west-oriented PV. 2014-16. A summary is published in Energy Economics. More
Model development (European utility). Neon supported the trading department of a major European utility in power market model development. 2015.
Whole system costs (DECC). Neon reviewed a report on whole system costs of wind and solar power for the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change, London. 2015.