This paper focuses on the study of an electricity market model, which evolves in T+1 stages, so that, at each stage, a continuum state of nature is possible. The decision-making framework of large consumers is considered: agents consume, they have the opportunity to produce, and the capability of signing contracts. Uncertainty on future possible stages leads to the problem being located in a filtered probability space. The aim is to reformulate the problem as a stochastic quasi-variational inequality, in order to obtain an existence result of equilibrium solutions.

Deregulated electricity market, a stochastic variational approach

Limosani M.;Milasi M.
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2021-01-01

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This paper focuses on the study of an electricity market model, which evolves in T+1 stages, so that, at each stage, a continuum state of nature is possible. The decision-making framework of large consumers is considered: agents consume, they have the opportunity to produce, and the capability of signing contracts. Uncertainty on future possible stages leads to the problem being located in a filtered probability space. The aim is to reformulate the problem as a stochastic quasi-variational inequality, in order to obtain an existence result of equilibrium solutions.
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