Anders Lund Eriksrud joined THEMA in 2014, and is mainly working with quantitative modelling and market analysis. Anders has contributed to a wide range of projects, including power price forecasts, asset valuation, scenario analysis, development of tailor-made models, market design studies, and analysis of technology development.
Anders holds an MA in statistics from Columbia University and an MSc in industrial economics and technology management from NTNU. His academic specializations are applied statistics and operations research models applied to power systems. As a student, Anders did internships at Norsk Hydro, Powel, Rystad Energy and Fred. Olsen Renewables.
THEMA has developed a new model for load flows in the central grid, TheGrid. The model can be used to analyze how trade across countries and flows within countries will develop in the years to come, and where bottlenecks can be expected.
The current low power price level has triggered a discussion where some claim that the market for electrical energy is dead, and that the pricing mechanisms for electricity will change dramatically looking forward. We argue that winter energy will have a substantial value in the Nordic market, even if the amount of solar power and […]
Flow based market coupling is now being implemented in Central Western Europe (Germany, France, the Netherlands and Belgium), as a means to utilize the grid more efficiently.