MORSE is a set of tools developed for the Spanish electrical utility Endesa, for long term simulation and strategic analysis of the Spanish electricity sector. MORSE has three different types of modules: forecasting modules, to model the main businesses of the sector, data preparation modules, to define the sector structure, to import data from other Endesa planning tools and to prepare it for the forecasting modules, and analysis and reports modules, to prepare simulation scenarios to be feed to the forecasting modules, execute them, and collect and organize their outputs in appropriate reports. The pool simulation model of the system, EQUITEC, is a Conjectured Supply Function Equilibrium, where generation companies are represented at a technology level, and conjectures are endogenously computed under hypothesis of local linearity near the equilibrium point. The inclusion in EQUITEC of network and zonal constraints is currently being analyzed.
Palabras clave: Decision Support Models, Electricity Markets, Mathematical Programming, Nash Equilibrium, Genetic Algorithms, Curve-Fitting, Monte Carlo Simulation
7th Conference on the European Energy Market - EEM10, Madrid (España). 23 junio 2010
Fecha de publicación: junio 2010.
J. Villar, F.A. Campos, C.A. Díaz, J. González del Santo, A. Díaz Casado, M.A. Rodríguez García, P. Rodríguez Fernández, MORSE: Tools for long-term strategic analysis of the Spanish electricity sector, 7th Conference on the European Energy Market - EEM10. ISBN: 978-1-4244-6838-6, Madrid, España, 23-25 Junio 2010