Most lessons and workshops will be recorded and accessible via this link.
|16/09/20||Lesson 1||Introduction and basics concepts from economics||Damien Ernst|
|Workshop 0||Workshops Organization||TAs|
|23/09/20||Lesson 2||Introduction and basics concepts from economics
Measures of cost for electrical energy
|Workshop 1||Energy Markets Overview||Thibaut Théate|
|30/09/20||Lesson 3||Markets for electrical energy||Damien Ernst|
|Workshop 2||Day-ahead market part 1||Adrien Bolland|
|07/10/20||Lesson 4||Markets for electrical energy
Participating in electricity markets
|Workshop 3||Day-ahead market part 2||Adrien Bolland|
|14/10/20||Lesson 5||Participating in electricity markets
System security and ancillary services
|Workshop 4||Project presentation and programming tools||TAs|
|21/10/20||External Speaker 1||Residential energy supplier
Residential electricity pricing offer
|Workshop 5||Assignment Q&A||TAs|
|28/10/20||Lesson 6||System security and ancillary services
Trading over the electricity network
|Workshop 6||Assignment Q&A||TAs|
|Workshop 8||Assignment Q&A||TAs|
|25/11/20||Lesson 7||Trading over the electricity network||Damien Ernst|
|Workshop 9||Assignment Q&A||TAs|
|09/12/20||Workshop 10||Assignment evaluation|
Talks from previous years
- 28/10/2019 – Frédérik Demaret (EDF Luminus): Energy Trading
- 18/11/2019 – Bertrand Cornélusse (ULG): How does the European day-ahead electricity market work?
- 25/11/2019 – Jacques Gheury (CREG): Etude sur les moyens à mettre en œuvre pour faciliter l’accès à la gestion de la demande en Belgique.
Suggested supplementary readings
To further your understanding of the concepts presented in each lesson, a list of suggested articles is provided. Each of those is accompanied by a series of questions to help you identify the most important aspects that are discussed.
Note: (i) some of the linked material may only be available from within the ULiege network. Connect to ULiege’s VPN for remote access (ii) the research papers need to be studied for the assignment date.
The statement of the assignment is available here. Deadline to submit the assignment is 02/12/20.
The exam will be organised in sessions, either onsite or online. Each session will be around 2h long and group 3 to 5 students.
Each session will be organized in the following way.
- One of the assessors – Pr. Damien Ernst or an assistant – will give each student a question to answer.
- The student will then have some time to write down an answer to the question.
- Once the student is finished answering or when the assessor considers he/she had enough time to answer, the student and the assessor will have a discussion over the question and topics related to this question.
- This process will be repeated for one or two more questions.
Questions will cover both the theoretical courses given by Pr. Damien Ernst and the content presented in the workshops. For those who did the project, questions might be asked on the project.
The exam schedule is provided here. Please be present (be it physically or virtually) at least 10 minutes before the start of your session.