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How Mathematical Optimization Can Help Power Today’s Energy Industry Transformation?

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Energy Optimization Consultant, University College dublin

Optimization expert in large-scale data Power System Engineer specializing in power system long term and operation planning. Efficient with simulation (Load Flow, Dynamics, Power Flow using...

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Interview: with Gurobi 

The energy industry is in the midst of a major transformation as it shifts away from fossil fuels towards renewable energy sources including wind, solar, and hydropower.

Although the industry landscape is rapidly changing with the introduction of new strategic initiatives and innovations and the rise of new challenges (including managing supply security, demand increase, and environmental sustainability), one thing is constant: Mathematical optimization – which has been used for decades by all the key players in the energy market – remains an absolutely critical technology for energy enterprises today.
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