Courses

*API-166: Electricity Market Design

Topics in electricity market design starting from the foundations of coordination for competition. Infrastructure investment, Resource Adequacy, Pricing Models, Cost Allocation, Energy Trading, Forward Hedging, Market Manipulation, Distribution Regulation, and Policy for Clean Energy Innovation. Assumes some knowledge about the engineering, economics, and regulation of the power sector.
Prerequisite: API-102, IGA-410 or equivalent.
Note: Permission of the instructor required.

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Season: 

Fall

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M
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Time: 

10:15-11:30

Course ID: 

170028

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