Martin Weibelzahl
Martin Weibelzahl
University of Bayreuth
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Transmission and generation investment in electricity markets: The effects of market splitting and network fee regimes
V Grimm, A Martin, M Schmidt, M Weibelzahl, G Zöttl
European Journal of Operational Research 254 (2), 493-509, 2016
On the long run effects of market splitting: Why more price zones might decrease welfare
V Grimm, A Martin, M Weibelzahl, G Zöttl
Energy Policy 94, 453-467, 2016
Nodal, zonal, or uniform electricity pricing: how to deal with network congestion
M Weibelzahl
Frontiers in Energy 11 (2), 210-232, 2017
Optimal storage and transmission investments in a bilevel electricity market model
M Weibelzahl, A Märtz
Annals of Operations Research 287 (2), 911-940, 2020
On the effects of storage facilities on optimal zonal pricing in electricity markets
M Weibelzahl, A Märtz
Energy Policy 113, 778-794, 2018
Energieflexibilität in der deutschen Industrie: Ergebnisse aus dem Kopernikus-Projekt-Synchronisierte und energieadaptive Produktionstechnik zur flexiblen Ausrichtung von …
A Sauer, E Abele, HU Buhl
Fraunhofer Verlag, 2019
Market-based redispatch may result in inefficient dispatch
V Grimm, A Martin, C Sölch, M Weibelzahl, G Zöttl
Available at SSRN 3120403, 2020
From energy legislation to investment determination: Shaping future electricity markets with different flexibility options
EM Ländner, A Märtz, M Schöpf, M Weibelzahl
Energy Policy 129, 1100-1110, 2019
The impact of substituting production technologies on the economic demand response potential in industrial processes
M Schoepf, M Weibelzahl, L Nowka
Energies 11 (9), 2217, 2018
Industrial demand-side flexibility: A key element of a just energy transition and industrial development
R Heffron, MF Körner, J Wagner, M Weibelzahl, G Fridgen
Applied Energy 269, 115026, 2020
The influence of electric vehicle charging strategies on the sizing of electrical energy storage systems in charging hub microgrids
L Haupt, M Schöpf, L Wederhake, M Weibelzahl
Applied Energy 273, 115231, 2020
How did the German and other European electricity systems react to the COVID-19 pandemic?
S Halbrügge, P Schott, M Weibelzahl, HU Buhl, G Fridgen, M Schöpf
Applied Energy 285, 116370, 2021
The search for the perfect match: Aligning power-trading products to the energy transition
G Fridgen, A Michaelis, M Rinck, M Schöpf, M Weibelzahl
Energy Policy 144, 111523, 2020
The role of flexibility in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond: Contributing to a sustainable and resilient energy future in Europe
RJ Heffron, MF Körner, M Schöpf, J Wagner, M Weibelzahl
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 140, 110743, 2021
Not All Doom and Gloom: How Energy-Intensive and Temporally Flexible Data Center Applications May Actually Promote Renewable Energy Sources
G Fridgen, MF Körner, S Walters, M Weibelzahl
Business & Information Systems Engineering, 1-14, 2021
Renewable electricity business models in a post feed-in tariff era
P Rövekamp, M Schöpf, F Wagon, M Weibelzahl, G Fridgen
Energy 216, 119228, 2021
Airport Capacity Extension, Fleet Investment, and Optimal Aircraft Scheduling in a Multi-Level Market Model: Quantifying the Cost of Imperfect Markets
S Coniglio, M Sirvent, M Weibelzahl
OR Spectrum, 2021
Justice in solar energy development
R Heffron, S Halbrügge, MF Körner, NA Obeng-Darko, T Sumarno, ...
Solar Energy 218, 68-75, 2021
How Different Electricity Pricing Systems Affect the Energy Trilemma: Assessing Indonesia’s Electricity Market Transition
J Wagner, M Weibelzahl, RJ Heffron, MF Körner, G Fridgen
The Cost of No Reform: Assessing the Impact of Different Electricity Pricing Regimes on Indonesia’s Energy Trilemma
R Heffron, MF Körner, T Sumarno, M Weibelzahl, G Fridgen
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