English, Article edition: Electric load forecasting methods: Tools for decision making Hahn, Heiko; Meyer-Nieberg, Silja; Pickl, Stefan

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  • Electric load forecasting methods: Tools for decision making
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  • Hahn, Heiko
  • Meyer-Nieberg, Silja
  • Pickl, Stefan
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  • For decision makers in the electricity sector, the decision process is complex with several different levels that have to be taken into consideration. These comprise for instance the planning of facilities and an optimal day-to-day operation of the power plant. These decisions address widely different time-horizons and aspects of the system. For accomplishing these tasks load forecasts are very important. Therefore, finding an appropriate approach and model is at core of the decision process. Due to the deregulation of energy markets, load forecasting has gained even more importance. In this article, we give an overview over the various models and methods used to predict future load demands.
  • Electric load forecasting Energy markets Decision making Survey
  • RePEc:eee:ejores:v:199:y:2009:i:3:p:902-907
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