Network constraints have a fundamental role in regulating prices and volumes on the day-ahead energy market. This is probably the main reason why there are different prices on adjacent hubs.
The PTDF is the mathematical structure that constraint the flowing of energy among the CWE’s regions. Between Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, and the Netherlands, the flow of energy is regulated by a set of linear inequalities.

PowerSchedO for PCR is the first analysis solution to replicate the Euphemia algorithm, taking in full respect the constraints described into the PTDF. This is the reason why it is daily used to provide short-term scenario analysis on prices, net positions and hub-exchange on the day-ahead energy market.

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The role of PTDF on energy price ultima modifica: 2019-06-13T13:14:37+02:00 da