ENR / EPOC Autumn Risk Workshop (May 1 2019)

As previously announced here, on Wednesday, May 1 2019, the ENR SIG of the ORSNZ in conjunction with the Electric Power Optimization Centre is running a day-long workshop at the University of Auckland on risk averse and stochastic modelling frameworks applied to energy or resource planning/operations. These include:

  • Introduction to modelling risk and uncertainty in operations planning – Tony Downward, University of Auckland
  • Multi-stage stochastic programming using SDDP.jl – Oscar Dowson, Northwestern University
  • Milk production planning with uncertain weather and farm-gate milk prices – Oscar Dowson, Northwestern University
  • Time-consistent risk modelling paradigms in multistage stochastic programmes Regan Baucke, École des Ponts Paristech
  • Investment in the NZ electricity system: a generator-retailer perspective – Grant Telfar, Meridian Energy
  • Reaching the aspiration of 100% renewables in the New Zealand electricity sector – Tony Downward, University of Auckland
  • Panel Discussion on NZ medium and long term risks in the New Zealand electricity sector – Chaired by Grant Read, members of EPOC

The planned start time is 9:30am, and the workshop will end by 4pm.

If you are interested in attending, please email Tony Downward ([email protected]) by Wednesday 24 April. There is no fee to attend, and lunch will be provided. (Due to room size, spaces are limited; places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.)