ENE (Energy, Natural Resources and Environment) is a cross-disciplinary area covering and combining research in several core topics such as energy markets, management of renewable and non-renewable resources and the environment and climate change.
News from ENE
Top publication by Endre Bjørndal and Mette Bjørndal
The article "Energy Storage Operation and Electricity Market Design: On the Market Power of Monopolistic Storage Operators" has been published in European Journal of Operational Research.
Maximum prices will not give us more energy
Gunnar S. Eskeland: In Europe, maximum prices, rationing or export restrictions do not produce more energy - it produces more pain. But it may be better to make a partnership less binding than to see it break down.
Is it okay that the state gets richer?
Gunnar S. Eskeland: The population's demand to get their share of the gains from higher power prices is both natural and healthy.
The shelf will be cleared - we must pay close attention so we do not overpay and miss opportunities
Gunnar S. Eskeland: In any case, the Norwegian people are left with the bill - or the damage - after the clean-up in the North Sea, so we must handle the risk well: It can be sloppy, and we can miss out on value creation and reuse.