The Markets 3.0 question: integrated demand-side resources and energy market behavior and stability
TECH Notes: December 2011
Significant penetrations of price elastic load and dispatchable demand response can introduce complex dynamics in the day-ahead, hour-ahead, and real-time electric energy markets. This raises interesting questions about the conditions needed for market stability.
Read “The Markets 3.0 question: integrated demand-side resources, market behavior, and market stability,” featured in TECH Notes issue 4, and access a draft version of the forthcoming KEMA IEEE Smart Grid Innovative Technologies paper, which further analyzes this question.
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