Theodor is an expert for modeling and price forecasts, and is currently working on projects related to asset valuation. He also has a strong background in balancing services and power system regulation.
He has experience from several research collaborations between academia and industry, always focusing on innovative technical solutions that provide an economic edge and are compatible with regulatory frameworks. Success stories Theodor was involved in include provision of primary frequency control reserves from a 1 MW battery system in the Swiss ancillary service market, and a pilot project on PV integration in low voltage grids using demand response.
Theodor Borsche holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from ETH Zurich. His research was in the field of power systems operation and dynamics, including the effect of renewable generation on system inertia. He also holds an MSc in Electrical Engineering from TU Berlin.
Our modelling team opens the 6th Electricity Price Forecasting & Market Coupling conference in Amsterdam, January 24th, with a workshop on price forecasts based on fundamental market modelling, wind-weighted prices and the impact of prosumers.
Harmonisation of market designs can improve cross-border competition in the Nordic electricity retail market. Implementation of datahubs is one important measure. The question is, are currently proposed Datahubs designed appropriately?