Lina Reichenberg
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The marginal system LCOE of variable renewables–Evaluating high penetration levels of wind and solar in Europe
L Reichenberg, F Hedenus, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Energy 152, 914-924, 2018
Value of wind power–Implications from specific power
V Johansson, L Thorson, J Goop, L Göransson, M Odenberger, ...
Energy 126, 352-360, 2017
Dampening variations in wind power generation—The effect of optimizing geographic location of generating sites
L Reichenberg, F Johnsson, M Odenberger
Wind Energy 17 (11), 1631-1643, 2014
Policy implications of downscaling the time dimension in power system planning models to represent variability in renewable output
L Reichenberg, AS Siddiqui, S Wogrin
Energy 159, 870-877, 2018
The cost of a future low-carbon electricity system without nuclear power–the case of Sweden
X Kan, F Hedenus, L Reichenberg
Energy 195, 117015, 2020
Geographic aggregation of wind power—An optimization methodology for avoiding low outputs
L Reichenberg, A Wojciechowski, F Hedenus, F Johnsson
Wind Energy 20 (1), 19-32, 2017
Tailoring large-scale electricity production from variable renewable energy sources to accommodate baseload generation in europe
L Reichenberg, F Hedenus, M Odenberger, F Johnsson
Renewable energy 129, 334-346, 2018
An autopilot for energy models–Automatic generation of renewable supply curves, hourly capacity factors and hourly synthetic electricity demand for arbitrary world regions
N Mattsson, V Verendel, F Hedenus, L Reichenberg
Energy Strategy Reviews 33, 100606, 2021
Decreasing market value of variable renewables is a result of policy, not variability
L Brown, T., Reichenberg
arXiv, 2020
Variability and variation management in a renewable electricity system
L Reichenberg
Doctoral Thesis, 2017
Impact assessment of wind power and demand side management on day-ahead market prices
D Steen, P Balram, L Reichenberg, LB Tjernberg
IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies, Europe, 1-6, 2014
Dampening variation in the Northern European wind energy output. Influence of geographical location
L Reichenberg, F Johnsson, M Odenberger
Deep decarbonization and the Supergrid, prospects for electricity transmission between Europe and China
L Reichenberg, F Hedenus, N Mattsson, V Verendel
arXiv preprint arXiv:2012.12365, 2020
Dampening variation in the European wind energy System
L Reichenberg
PQDT-Global, 2015
Decreasing market value of variable renewables can be avoided by policy action
T Brown, L Reichenberg
Energy Economics 100, 105354, 2021
Revenue and risk of variable renewable electricity investment: the cannibalization effect under high market penetration
L Reichenberg, T Ekholm, T Boomsma
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.06287, 2021
The impacts of the electricity demand pattern on electricity system cost and the electricity supply mix: a comprehensive modeling analysis for Europe
X Kan, L Reichenberg, F Hedenus
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.05439, 2021
Cool the future with solar PV?
X Kan, F Hedenus, L Reichenberg, O Hohmeyer, MN Islam, C Fleischer
Energy, COVID, and Climate Change, 1st IAEE Online Conference, June 7-9, 2021, 2021
MENA compared to Europe
HE Fälth, D Atsmon, L Reichenberg, V Verendel
Elsevier, 2021
The Error induced by Using Representative Periods in Capacity Expansion Models
L Reichenberg, F Hedenus
Preprints, 2020
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