IAEE Best Student Paper Award
Andreas Knaut and Frank Obermüller received the IAEE Best Student Paper Award at the 39th IAEE International Conference with their work on "How to Sell Renewable Electricity - Interactions of the Intraday and Day-ahead Market Under Uncertainty". They investigate the strategic bidding behavior of renewable producers in the sequential day-ahead and intraday market and find incentives for production withholding. The paper can be found here.
Summer School “Applied Microeconomics” July 25th – 29th, 2016 in Cologne, Germany
The IPaK-Project and the Institute of Energy Economics (EWI) at the University of Cologne, Germany, will host a five day international summer school on "Applied Microeconomics" for international as well as German students. The goal of the summer school is to broaden and strengthen the international relationship between research institutions, enable future research collaboration and provide early stage independent researchers with a tool set in applied microeconomics.