I'm trying to analyze the hourly price variation of the electricity market. However, because of clock changes, due to daylight saving time, we have a missing hour in March and an additional hour in October. I have to do some minor adjustments but I don't know how to it.
I would like to do an interpolation on the missing hour and average the doubled hour (Uniejewski did this in his paper DOI 10.1109/TPWRS.2017.2734563). But it will have a significant impact on generation patterns, since the solar peak that was at 12:00 in spring before clock change will move to 13:00 in spring and summer after the clock change.
Can anyone provide with with an idea or suggestion？ Thanks in advance.