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Kenneth Van den Bergh
Kenneth Van den Bergh
researcher KU Leuven
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Cycling of conventional power plants: Technical limits and actual costs
K Van den Bergh, E Delarue
Energy Conversion and Management 97, 70-77, 2015
247*2015
The flow-based market coupling in central western europe: Concepts and definitions
K Van den Bergh, J Boury, E Delarue
The Electricity Journal 29 (1), 24-29, 2016
1602016
DC power flow in unit commitment models
K Van den Bergh, E Delarue, W D’haeseleer
no. May, 2014
1522014
Impact of renewables deployment on the CO2 price and the CO2 emissions in the European electricity sector
K Van den Bergh, E Delarue, W D'haeseleer
Energy Policy 63, 1021-1031, 2013
1252013
LUSYM: a unit commitment model formulated as a mixed-integer linear program
K Van den Bergh, K Bruninx, E Delarue, W D’haeseleer
KU Leuven, TME Branch Working Paper 7, 2014
91*2014
Carbon mitigation in the electric power sector under cap-and-trade and renewables policies
E Delarue, K Van den Bergh
Energy Policy 92, 34-44, 2016
762016
Optimization and allocation of spinning reserves in a low-carbon framework
K Bruninx, K Van den Bergh, E Delarue, W D'haeseleer
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 31 (2), 872-882, 2015
692015
Redispatching in an interconnected electricity system with high renewables penetration
K Van den Bergh, D Couckuyt, E Delarue, W D’haeseleer
Electric Power Systems Research 127, 64-72, 2015
632015
Quantifying CO2 abatement costs in the power sector
K Van den Bergh, E Delarue
Energy Policy 80, 88-97, 2015
522015
Cross-border reserve markets: network constraints in cross-border reserve procurement
K Van den Bergh, K Bruninx, E Delarue
Energy Policy 113, 193-205, 2018
382018
Benefits of coordinating sizing, allocation and activation of reserves among market zones
K Van den Bergh, RB Hytowitz, K Bruninx, E Delarue, W Dhaeseleer, ...
Electric Power Systems Research 143, 140-148, 2017
382017
An improved method to calculate injection shift keys
K Van den Bergh, E Delarue
Electric Power Systems Research 134, 197-204, 2016
36*2016
Energy and reserve markets: interdependency in electricity systems with a high share of renewables
K Van den Bergh, E Delarue
Electric Power Systems Research 189, 106537, 2020
332020
The impact of bidding zone configurations on electricity market outcomes
K Van den Bergh, C Wijsen, E Delarue, W D'haeseleer
2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), 1-6, 2016
252016
Determining the impact of renewable energy on balancing costs, back up costs, grid costs and subsidies
E Delarue, D Van Hertem, K Bruninx, H Ergun, K May, K Van den Bergh
Report for Adviesraad Gas en Elektriciteit-CREG, 2016
22*2016
On international renewable cooperation mechanisms: The impact of national RES-E support schemes
J Meus, K Van den Bergh, E Delarue, S Proost
Energy Economics 81, 859-873, 2019
162019
Long-term cycling costs in short-term unit commitment models
K Van den Bergh, T Legon, E Delarue, W D'haeseleer
2016 13th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 1-5, 2016
72016
On the temporal granularity of joint energy-reserve markets in a high-RES system
M Hermans, K Bruninx, K Van den Bergh, K Poncelet, E Delarue
Applied Energy 297, 117172, 2021
52021
The effect of flow-based market coupling on cross-border exchange volumes and price convergence in Central Western European electricity markets
M Ovaere, M Kenis, K Van den Bergh, K Bruninx, E Delarue
Energy Economics 118, 106519, 2023
42023
Impact of energy and climate policies on electricity generation: analysis based on large-scale unit commitment modeling
K Van den Bergh
Dissertation). KU Leuven, 2016
42016
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