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Michel Rivier
Michel Rivier
Universidad Pontificia Comillas. Institute for Research in Technology
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Electricity market modeling trends
M Ventosa, A Baıllo, A Ramos, M Rivier
Energy policy 33 (7), 897-913, 2005
10482005
The next generation of electric power unit commitment models
BF Hobbs, MH Rothkopf, RP O'Neill, H Chao
Springer, 2001
379*2001
Regulatory framework and business models for charging plug-in electric vehicles: Infrastructure, agents, and commercial relationships
TG San Román, I Momber, MR Abbad, ÁS Miralles
Energy policy 39 (10), 6360-6375, 2011
3722011
A market approach to long-term security of supply
C Vazquez, M Rivier, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
IEEE transactions on Power Systems 17 (2), 349-357, 2002
3712002
A literature review of Microgrids: A functional layer based classification
F Martin-Martínez, A Sánchez-Miralles, M Rivier
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 62, 1133-1153, 2016
2842016
Optimal offering strategies for generation companies operating in electricity spot markets
A Baillo, M Ventosa, M Rivier, A Ramos
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 19 (2), 745-753, 2004
2252004
Computation and decomposition of spot prices for transmission pricing
M Rivier, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
Proc. 11th PSC Conf, 1993
1411993
Modeling competition in electric energy markets by equilibrium constraints
A Ramos, M Ventosa, M Rivier
Utilities Policy 7 (4), 233-242, 1999
1391999
Fitting electricity market models. A conjectural variations approach.
A García Alcalde, M Ventosa Rodríguez, ML Rivier Abbad, ...
Sin editorial (Sevilla, España), 2002
1122002
Libro Blanco sobre la reforma del marco regulatorio de la generación eléctrica en España
JI Pérez Arriaga, C Batlle López, C Vázquez Martínez, ML Rivier Abbad, ...
Ministerio de Industria, Turismo y Comercio (Madrid, España), 2005
942005
Finding a representative network losses model for large-scale transmission expansion planning with renewable energy sources
DZ Fitiwi, L Olmos, M Rivier, F De Cuadra, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
Energy 101, 343-358, 2016
902016
A new approach of clustering operational states for power network expansion planning problems dealing with RES (renewable energy source) generation operational variability and …
DZ Fitiwi, F De Cuadra, L Olmos, M Rivier
Energy 90, 1360-1376, 2015
872015
Enhancing power supply adequacy in Spain: Migrating from capacity payments to reliability options
C Batlle, C Vázquez, M Rivier, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
Energy Policy 35 (9), 4545-4554, 2007
822007
A generation operation planning model in deregulated electricity markets based on the complementarity problem
M Rivier, M Ventosa, A Ramos, F Martínez-Córcoles, ÁC Toscano
Complementarity: Applications, Algorithms and Extensions, 273-295, 2001
712001
Production cost minimization versus consumer payment minimization in electricity pools
C Vázquez, M Rivier, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 17 (1), 119-127, 2002
572002
An MCP approach for hydrothermal coordination in deregulated power markets
M Ventosa, M Rivier, A Ramos, A García-Alcalde
2000 Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting (Cat. No. 00CH37134) 4, 2272-2277, 2000
542000
JUANAC: A model for computation of spot prices in interconnected power systems
M Rivier, IJ Pérez-Arriaga, G Luengo
Proc. 10th Power Systems Computational Conf.(PSCC), 254-261, 1990
541990
Centralized vs distributed generation. A model to assess the relevance of some thermal and electric factors. Application to the Spanish case study
F Martín-Martínez, A Sánchez-Miralles, M Rivier, CF Calvillo
Energy 134, 850-863, 2017
502017
If pay-as-bid auctions are not a solution for California, then why not a reliability market?
C Vázquez, M Rivier, IJ Pérez-Arriaga
The Electricity Journal 14 (4), 41-48, 2001
452001
Rethinking the electricity market design: Remuneration mechanisms to reach high RES shares. Results from a Spanish case study
T Gerres, JPC Ávila, FM Martínez, MR Abbad, RC Arín, ÁS Miralles
Energy Policy 129, 1320-1330, 2019
432019
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