This book presents an innovative methodology for identifying optimum investment strategies in the power industry. To do so, it examines results including, among others, the impact of oxy-fuel technology on CO2 emissions prices, and the specific cost of electricity production.
The technical and economic analysis presented here extend the available knowledge in the field of investment optimization in energy engineering, while also enabling investors to make decisions involving its application. Individual chapters explore the potential impacts of different factors like environmental charges on costs connected with investments in the power sector, as well as discussing the available technologies for heat and power generation.
The book offers a valuable resource for researchers, market analysts, decision makers, power engineers and students alike.
1.1. Traditional and discounting techniques
2.A formulate of problem of seeking an optimum investment strategy in power engineering
2.1. Methodology of seeking optimum investment strategies in business
2.2. Target functional in continuous time in search for an optimum investment strategy
2.2.1. Mathematical model with continuous time of searching for an optimum investment strategy in electricity sources
2.2.2. Mathematical model with continuous time of searching for an optimum investment strategy in sources of combined heat and electricity production
2.3. Results of sample calculations
3.Value of the heat and electricity market and market worth of power stations and heat and power plants supplying the market
3.2. Methodology of analysis and assessment of the value of the heat and electricity market and market worth of power stations and heat and power plants
3.2.1. Continuous mathematical models of analysis and valuation of the value of the heat and electricity market as well as market worth of power stations and heat and power plants supplying the market
18.104.22.168. Mathematical models excluding investment on modernisation of power stations and heat and power plants
22.214.171.124. Mathematical models including investment in modernization of a power station or heat and power plant