David Pozo
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A three-level static MILP model for generation and transmission expansion planning
D Pozo, EE Sauma, J Contreras
IEEE Transactions on Power systems 28 (1), 202-210, 2012
1682012
A Chance-Constrained Unit Commitment With an n-K Security Criterion and Significant Wind Generation
D Pozo, J Contreras
Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on 28 (3), 2842 - 2851, 2013
1252013
Unit commitment with ideal and generic energy storage units
D Pozo, J Contreras, EE Sauma
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 29 (6), 2974-2984, 2014
1182014
If you build it, he will come: Anticipative power transmission planning
D Pozo, J Contreras, E Sauma
Energy Economics 36, 135-146, 2013
732013
Finding Multiple Nash Equilibria in Pool-Based Markets: A Stochastic EPEC Approach
D Pozo, J Contreras
Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on 26 (3), 1744 - 1752, 2011
612011
Optimal Scheduling of a Price-Taker Cascaded Reservoir System in a Pool-Based Electricity Market
FJ Diaz, J Contreras, JI Munoz, D Pozo
Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on 26 (2), 604 - 615, 2011
482011
Reliable renewable generation and transmission expansion planning: Co-optimizing system's resources for meeting renewable targets
A Moreira, D Pozo, A Street, E Sauma
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 32 (4), 3246-3257, 2016
392016
Long-term Nash equilibria in electricity markets
D Pozo, J Contreras, Á Caballero, A de Andrés
Electric Power Systems Research 81 (2), 329-339, 2011
192011
Basic theoretical foundations and insights on bilevel models and their applications to power systems
D Pozo, E Sauma, J Contreras
Annals of Operations Research 254 (1-2), 303-334, 2017
182017
A convex chance-constrained model for reactive power planning
J López, D Pozo, J Contreras, JRS Mantovani
International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems 71, 403-411, 2015
152015
Robust unit commitment with n-1 security criteria
A Gourtani, H Xu, D Pozo, TD Nguyen
Mathematical Methods of Operations Research 83 (3), 373-408, 2016
112016
Impact of network payment schemes on transmission expansion planning with variable renewable generation
D Bravo, E Sauma, J Contreras, S de la Torre, JA Aguado, D Pozo
Energy Economics 56, 410-421, 2016
102016
Energy storage and transmission expansion planning: substitutes or complements?
C Bustos, E Sauma, S de la Torre, JA Aguado, J Contreras, D Pozo
IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution 12 (8), 1738-1746, 2017
82017
Risk-constrained dynamic energy allocation for a wind power producer
V González, D Pozo, J Contreras
Electric Power Systems Research 116, 338-346, 2014
82014
Short-and long-term Nash equilibria in electricity markets
J Contreras, D Pozo
2009 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting, 1-10, 2009
82009
When doing nothing may be the best investment action: Pessimistic anticipative power transmission planning
D Pozo, E Sauma, J Contreras
Applied energy 200, 383-398, 2017
52017
A multiobjective minimax regret robust VAr planning model
J López, D Pozo, J Contreras, JRS Mantovani
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 32 (3), 1761-1771, 2016
42016
Impacts of network expansion on generation capacity expansion
D Pozo, E Sauma, J Contreras
2014 Power Systems Computation Conference, 1-7, 2014
32014
Medium-term trading strategy of a dominant electricity producer
A Gourtani, D Pozo, MT Vespucci, H Xu
Energy Systems 5 (2), 323-347, 2014
32014
Scenario-based uncertainty set for two-stage robust energy and reserve scheduling: A data-driven approach
A Velloso, A Street, D Pozo, JM Arroyo, NG Cobos
arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.06676, 2018
22018
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