Grundzüge liberalisierter Energiemärkte / Basics of Liberalised Energy Markets

  • Typ: Vorlesung (V)
  • Semester: WS 12/13
  • Zeit: 19.10.2012
    14:00-15:30
    20.13 HS 001


    26.10.2012
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    02.11.2012
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    07.12.2012
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    14.12.2012
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    21.12.2012
    14:00-15:30
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    11.01.2013
    14:00-15:30
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    18.01.2013
    14:00-15:30
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    25.01.2013
    14:00-15:30
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    01.02.2013
    14:00-15:30
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    08.02.2013
    14:00-15:30
    20.13 HS 001

  • Dozent: Prof.Dr. Wolf Fichtner
  • SWS: 2
  • LVNr.: 2581998
  • Hinweis: Lernziele

    Der/die Studierende besitzt weitgehende Kenntnisse im Bereich der neuen Anforderungen liberalisierter Energiemärkte.

    Inhalt

    1. The European liberalisation process
    1.1 The concept of a competitive market
    1.2 The regulated market
    1.3 Deregulation in Europe
    2. Pricing and investments in a liberalised power market
    2.1 Merit order
    2.2 Prices and investments
    2.3 Market flaws and market failure
    2.4 Regulation in liberalised markets
    2.5 Additional regulation mechanisms
    3. The power market and the corresponding submarkets
    3.1 List of submarkets
    3.2 Types of submarkets
    3.3 Market rules
    4. Risk management
    4.1 Uncertainties in a liberalised market
    4.2 Investment decisions under uncertainty
    4.3 Estimating future electricity prices
    4.4 Portfolio management
    5. Market power
    5.1 Defining market power
    5.2 Indicators of market power
    5.3 Reducing market power
    6. Market structures in the value chain of the power sector

    Verwendete Medien

    Medien werden voraussichtlich über die Lernplattform ILIAS bereitgestellt.

Vortragssprache:

Englisch

Voraussetzungen:

Keine.

Beschreibung:

1. The European liberalisation process
1.1 The concept of a competitive market
1.2 The regulated market
1.3 Deregulation in Europe
2. Pricing and investments in a liberalised power market
2.1 Merit order
2.2 Prices and investments
2.3 Market flaws and market failure
2.4 Regulation in liberalised markets
2.5 Additional regulation mechanisms
3. The power market and the corresponding submarkets
3.1 List of submarkets
3.2 Types of submarkets
3.3 Market rules
4. Risk management
4.1 Uncertainties in a liberalised market
4.2 Investment decisions under uncertainty
4.3 Estimating future electricity prices
4.4 Portfolio management
5. Market power
5.1 Defining market power
5.2 Indicators of market power
5.3 Reducing market power
6. Market structures in the value chain of the power sector

Kommentar:

Lernziele

Der/die Studierende besitzt weitgehende Kenntnisse im Bereich der neuen Anforderungen liberalisierter Energiemärkte.

Inhalt

1. The European liberalisation process
1.1 The concept of a competitive market
1.2 The regulated market
1.3 Deregulation in Europe
2. Pricing and investments in a liberalised power market
2.1 Merit order
2.2 Prices and investments
2.3 Market flaws and market failure
2.4 Regulation in liberalised markets
2.5 Additional regulation mechanisms
3. The power market and the corresponding submarkets
3.1 List of submarkets
3.2 Types of submarkets
3.3 Market rules
4. Risk management
4.1 Uncertainties in a liberalised market
4.2 Investment decisions under uncertainty
4.3 Estimating future electricity prices
4.4 Portfolio management
5. Market power
5.1 Defining market power
5.2 Indicators of market power
5.3 Reducing market power
6. Market structures in the value chain of the power sector

Verwendete Medien

Medien werden voraussichtlich über die Lernplattform ILIAS bereitgestellt.

Lehrinhalt:

Der/die Studierende besitzt weitgehende Kenntnisse im Bereich der neuen Anforderungen liberalisierter Energiemärkte.

Zugangsvoraussetzungen:

Keine.