Project Reports

  • MASSIG - Market Access for Smaller Size Intelligent Electricity Generation
    Publishable Final Report
    Project Team MASSIG, July 2010 (pdf, 21,9 MByte)
     
  • MASSIG - Market Access for Smaller Size Intelligent Electricity Generation
    GERMAN SUMMARY VERSION of Publishable Final Report

    Project Team MASSIG, September 2010 (pdf, 1,8 MByte)

     
  • A. Andersen, T. Erge, C. Sauer, T. Siewierski, G. Romanovsky,
    J. Mutale, M. Watts:

    "Critical survey of requirements for market participation of small scale intelligent generators".
    Deliverable 6.1 of the project MASSIG
    EMD International A/S, July 2010 (pdf, 0,8 MByte)
     
  • A. Andersen, T. Erge, C. Sauer, T. Siewierski, G. Romanovsky,
    J. Mutale, M. Watts:

    "Actions 'How to start entering the big markets as a small player' ".
    Deliverable 6.2 of the project MASSIG
    EMD International A/S, July 2010 (pdf, 0,4 MByte)
     
  • A. Andersen, M. Barnsteiner, T. Siewierski, G. Romanovsky:
    "Present market options for small DG".
    Deliverable 6.3 of the project MASSIG
    EMD International A/S, June 2010 (pdf, 0,6 MByte)
     
  • T. Siewierski:
    "Gain and loss analysis of small RES and CHP participating in selected market options".

    Deliverable 5.1/5.2 of the project MASSIG
    Institute of Electrical Power Engineering, Technical University of Lodz (TUL Lodz)
    July 2010 (pdf, 3,8 MByte)
     
  • T. Siewierski:
    "Trend analysis for factors influencing costs and revenues".
    Deliverable 5.3 of the project MASSIG
    Institute of Electrical Power Engineering, Technical University of Lodz (TUL Lodz)
    May 2010 (pdf, 4,9 MByte)

     
  • G. Romanovsky, T. Erge:
    "Measures to influence the properties of DG Clusters (cluster adjustment to market demand)".
    Deliverable D4.2 of the project MASSIG
    University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom, October 2009 (pdf, 0,2 MByte)

     
  • G. Romanovsky et al.:
    "Measures and approaches to meet market requirements by operation management".

    Deliverable D4.1 of the project MASSIG
    University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom, May 2009 (pdf, 0,5 MByte)

     
  • M. Raimann et al.:
    "Pre-conditions for entering "big markets" by "small DG".
    Deliverable D3.1 of the project MASSIG
    badenovaWÄRMEPLUS, Freiburg, Germany, December 2008  (pdf, 3,0 MByte)


     
  • C. Obersteiner, L. Weißensteiner, R. Haas et al.
    "Market potentials, trends and marketing options for Distributed Generation in Europe"
    Deliverable D2.1 of the project MASSIG
    Energy Economics Group, Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria, Novemb
    er 2008
    (pdf, 3,6 MByte)
     
  • T. Erge
    "Examples for: Adjustment of Generation Properties by Clustering"

    Project Work Report within Task 3.3
    Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany, September 2008

     

OTHER SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

  • G. Streckiene, A. N. Andersen:
    "Analysing the optimal size of a CHP-unit and thermal store when a German CHP-plant is selling at the Spot market"
    EMD International A/S, Aalborg, Denmark, 28.5.2008   (pdf, 0,5 MByte)

     
  • T. Erge:
    "Energieproduzenten intelligent vernetzen"
    Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
    published in: Haustech, Zurich, Switzerland, June 2008, p.30-33   (pdf, 0,9 MByte)

     
  • A. N. Andersen:
    "Biogas store is winning over Thermal store"

    EMD International A/S, Aalborg, Denmark, 1.6.2008  (pdf, 0,2 MByte)
     

OTHER DOCUMENTS

 

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