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Digital Energy Trading Platforms: An Economic Analysis


This chapter addresses trading platforms, which are a fundamental piece for the implementation of the peer-to-peer model. Starting from an economic modelling and analysis, some economic issues of energy platforms are described first. Motivations for the emergence of energy peer-to- peer trading, challenges and specificities are also presented and discussed. Finally using an economic analysis on peer-to-peer trading and prosuming, the authors show how incentives to install individual production units (as roof top photovoltaic panels) are modified depending on the features of peer-to-peer trading platforms. The main result is that peer-to-peer platforms create more incentives, except for an autarkic platform.
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Thomas Cortade, Jean-Christophe Poudou. Digital Energy Trading Platforms: An Economic Analysis. Local Energy Communities, Emergence, Places, Organizations, Decision Tools, , 2022, 9781032190662. ⟨hal-03607224⟩
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