Herman Böök

Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Meteorological Institute

P.O.Box 503

FIN-00101 Helsinki

Finland

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Virtual Power Plant Operation with Solar Power Forecast Errors and Demand Response

Number of pages: 46 Posted: 27 Nov 2018
University of Oulu - Department of Economics, Accounting and Finance, Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Environment Institute, Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Meteorological Institute, Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finnish Environment Institute and University of Oulu - Department of Economics, Accounting and Finance
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virtual power plant, solar power forecast error, demand response, balancing market

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Benefits of Real-Time Pricing and Rooftop Solar PV Generation: Explorations Using Swedish Micro-Data

CERE Working Paper, 2018:4
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 22 Mar 2018
CERE, Umeå, Umeå University - Centre for Environmental and Resource Economics, Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Meteorological Institute, Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Meteorological Institute and University of Oulu - Department of Economics, Accounting and Finance
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Real Time Electricity Pricing, Energy Demand, Renewable Energy, Intermittency

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Solar Power Profitability with Demand Response and Carbon-Corrected Electricity Prices

Number of pages: 36 Posted: 31 Mar 2020
University of Oulu - Department of Economics, Accounting and Finance, Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Environment Institute, Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Meteorological Institute, Department of Economics, Accounting and Finance and Government of the Republic of Finland - Finnish Environment Institute
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Solar PV, Demand response, Social cost of carbon