Role of Power Exchanges
for the Creation of a Single
European Electricity Market:
Market Design & Market Regulation
By Francois Boisseleau
Delft University Press
417 pages, Illustrated, 6 ½" x 9 ½"
$92.50 Paper Original
OUT OF PRINT
This is a Ph.D. dissertation. The electricity sector worldwide is undergoing a fundamental transformation of its institutional structure as a consequence of the complex interactions of political, economic and technological forces. The way the industry is organized is changing from vertically integrated monopolies to unbundled structures that favor market mechanisms.
This process in Europe, known as the liberalization process, has had a wide impact on the European electricity industry. The focus of this dissertation is an analysis of the role of electricity markets of Europe. In the context of creating "a" competitive electricity market at a European level, the key questions considered are the functioning of these power exchanges with respect to electricity characteristics, market design and regulatory framework.
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