Jaehnert S. and G. Doorman: Modelling an Integrated Northern European Regulating Power Market Based on a Common Day-Ahead Market, pp. 1-16. In: In: The Proceedings of the 33st IAEE International Conference, The Future of Energy: Global Challenges, Diverse Solutions, June 6-9, 2010. At: InterContintental Rio Hotel, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. [s.l.]: IAEE, 2010.
With an increasing share of wind power production in the northern European countries and as a consequence thereof increasing need of regulating resources an integration of the northern European regulating power market can be socioeconomic beneficial, especially regarding to the good regulating capabilities provided by the Nordic hydro power productionbased system. After the successful integration of day-ahead markets, being the basis for the regulating markets, their is the next aspired step. In this paper an integrated northern European regulating power market is modelled, being based on a common dayahead market. Different cases of regulating market integration are studied in order to estimate a possible socio-economic benefit of exchanging regulating resources between the northern continental European and the Nordic system.