Visiting Scholar Seminar 2019

11AM-12PM, Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Departmental Conference Room (1441 Old Computer Science)

Understanding Future Low-carbon Electricity under Adaptive Cap-and-Trade System from a Behavioral Perspective

Hongyang Zou, Ph.D candidate, Management Science and Engineering in the College of Management and Economics, Tianjin University.

Abstract: From a behavioral perspective, we use agent-based model to embed an adaptive cap-and-trade system into electricity supply market, and estimate the capacity expansion and emission reduction driven by the heterogeneous investment of power companies.

Integrated Energy Systems Planning with electricity, heat and gas

Chao Qin, Ph.D. candidate, School of Economics and Management, North China Electric Power University.

Abstract: We constructed a multi-objective robust optimization model for integrated energy system, based on minimizing the fuel cost, the wind power curtailment and the variance of peak-valley electrical load on the end-user side, as the objection functions.

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