His scientific interests lie mostly in Microgrid, Electricity, Investment, Environmental economics and Risk analysis. His Microgrid research integrates issues from Distributed generation, Reliability, Reliability engineering, Energy storage and Electricity generation. His study focuses on the intersection of Reliability and fields such as Schedule with connections in the field of Operations research and Smart grid.
His Electricity study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Carbon tax. His work investigates the relationship between Investment and topics such as Flexibility that intersect with problems in Market economy, Commerce, Electric power transmission and Information system. His research investigates the connection with Environmental economics and areas like Volatility which intersect with concerns in Value, Option value and Marginal cost.
His primary areas of study are Electricity, Environmental economics, Market power, Industrial organization and Operations research. His Electricity study incorporates themes from Volatility, Distributed generation, Microeconomics and Spot contract. His work in Distributed generation covers topics such as Microgrid which are related to areas like Reliability engineering, Reliability and Electric power.
The various areas that Afzal S. Siddiqui examines in his Environmental economics study include Efficient energy use, Energy accounting and Portfolio. His work in Efficient energy use tackles topics such as Energy consumption which are related to areas like Energy management. His Market power course of study focuses on Renewable energy and Energy storage, Electric power system and Wind power.
His primary scientific interests are in Market power, Industrial organization, Electric power system, Perfect competition and Energy storage. His studies deal with areas such as Cournot competition, Environmental economics and Electricity market as well as Market power. His Environmental economics research includes elements of Marginal value, Carbon tax and Renewable energy.
The concepts of his Industrial organization study are interwoven with issues in Electric power industry, Market data, Order, Investment and Incentive. His work deals with themes such as Natural resource economics and Electricity, which intersect with Electric power system. Afzal S. Siddiqui combines subjects such as Carbon leakage and Regional power with his study of Electricity.
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Optimal Technology Selection and Operation of Commercial-Building Microgrids
C. Marnay;G. Venkataramanan;M. Stadler;A.S. Siddiqui.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2008)
Shape of the microgrid
Chris Marnay;F. Javier Rubio;Afzal S. Siddiqui.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2000)
Real options valuation of US federal renewable energy research, development, demonstration, and deployment
Afzal S. Siddiqui;Chris Marnay;Ryan H. Wiser.
Improving energy efficiency via smart building energy management systems. A comparison with policy measures
Paula Rocha;Afzal Siddiqui;Afzal Siddiqui;Michael Stadler.
Energy and Buildings (2015)
How to proceed with competing alternative energy technologies: A real options analysis☆
Afzal Siddiqui;Stein-Erik Fleten.
Energy Economics (2010)
Does renewable energy generation decrease the volatility of electricity prices? An analysis of Denmark and Germany
Tuomas Rintamäki;Afzal S. Siddiqui;Ahti Salo.
Shape of the microgrid
C. Marnay;F.J. Robio;A.S. Siddiqui.
2001 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting. Conference Proceedings (Cat. No.01CH37194) (2001)
Distributed Generation with Heat Recovery and Storage
Afzal S. Siddiqui;Chris Marnay;Ryan M. Firestone;Nan Zhou.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2008)
Risk Averse Scheduling by a PEV Aggregator Under Uncertainty
Ilan Momber;Afzal Siddiqui;Tomas Gomez San Roman;Lennart Soder.
IEEE Transactions on Power Systems (2015)
Microgrid Reliability Modeling and Battery Scheduling Using Stochastic Linear Programming
Gonçalo Cardoso;Michael Stadler;Afzal Siddiqui;Afzal Siddiqui;Chris Marnay.
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