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See detailIntegration der Flexibilitätsvermarktung
Ahrens, Raphael; Köberlein, Jana; Bank, Lukas et al

in Energieflexibilität in der deutschen Industrie: Band 2 - Markt- und Stromsystem, Managementsysteme und Technologien energieflexibler Fabriken (DOI: https://doi.org/10.24406/publica-258) (2022)

Die Energiesynchronisationsplattform adressiert den gesamten Prozess des automatisierten Energieflexibilitätshandels von der Maschine bis zu den Vermarktungsservices. Sie stellt somit das übergeordnete ... [more ▼]

Die Energiesynchronisationsplattform adressiert den gesamten Prozess des automatisierten Energieflexibilitätshandels von der Maschine bis zu den Vermarktungsservices. Sie stellt somit das übergeordnete Gesamtkonzept eines digitalen Ökosystems dar, welches industrielle Nachfrageflexibilität ermöglicht. Die Energiesynchronisationsplattform besteht dabei aus unternehmensindividuellen Unternehmensplattformen und einer zentralen Marktplattform. Der Marktplattform kommt die Rolle der Servicevermittlung zu. Dies ermöglicht es, auf Veränderungen innerhalb der Services bzw. der Marktplattform schnell reagieren zu können. Im vorliegenden Kapitel werden beispielhafte Services der Unternehmens- und Marktplattformen beschrieben. Zudem wird ein Überblick über die Referenzabläufe für den Betrieb und die Vermarktung von Energieflexibilität gegeben. Die Prozesse werden anhand eines möglichen Anwendungsfalls dargestellt. Außerdem wird das weiterentwickelte Energieflexibilitätsdatenmodell vorgestellt und anhand von vier Klassen beschrieben. Zur Bedrohungsanalyse im Kontext der IT-Sicherheit werden Threat Models (Bedrohungsmodelle) angewandt und auf Basis verschiedener Sicherheitslevels vorgestellt. Darüber hinaus werden Rollen- und Rechtedefinitionen beschrieben und Anforderungen an die IT-Sicherheit abgeleitet. Eine Kurzvorstellung entwickelter Demonstratoren schließt das Kapitel ab. [less ▲]

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See detailReferenzarchitektur der Energiesynchronisationsplattform: Teil der Reihe Diskussionspapiere V4 Konzept der Energiesynchronisationsplattform
Fridgen, Gilbert UL; Potenciano Menci, Sergio UL; van Stiphoudt, Christine UL et al

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The Energy Synchronisation Platform (ESP) maps the entire process of information-automated energy flexibility trading from the machine to the energy market. The ESP is thus the overall concept that ... [more ▼]

The Energy Synchronisation Platform (ESP) maps the entire process of information-automated energy flexibility trading from the machine to the energy market. The ESP is thus the overall concept that enables industrial demand flexibility. This discussion paper on the ESP reference architecture is an update of an older version presented in Reinhart et al. (2020). Since then, the development of individual services has been discontinued and the market platform (MP) is no longer designed as a broker architecture. It now serves as the first point of contact between industrial companies and service providers and takes on an intermediary role. The Enterprise Platform (UP) thus takes on a more important role in terms of communication within ESP, as all communication with services now takes place via the UP. Furthermore, in this detailed discussion paper we provide a collection of the different services that have been developed within SynErgie for the MP and the UP. Each service presented includes a brief description, the relevant inputs and outputs, and other relevant comments. Furthermore, an overview of the primary reference processes considered for the operation and marketing of flexibility is provided. These are presented on the basis of three possible use cases. Thus, logic and interactions of the different processes within the ESP are shown [less ▲]

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See detailFlexible IT platform for synchronizing energy demands with volatile markets
Schott, Paul; Ahrens, Raphael; Bauer, Dennis et al

in Information Technology (2018), 60(3), 155--164

Abandoning fossil and nuclear energy sources in the long run and increasing amount of renewable energies in electricity production causes a more volatile power supply. Depending on external realities ... [more ▼]

Abandoning fossil and nuclear energy sources in the long run and increasing amount of renewable energies in electricity production causes a more volatile power supply. Depending on external realities, renewable energy production emphasizes the need for measures to guarantee the necessary balance of demand and supply in the electricity system at all times. Energy intensive industry processes theoretically include high Demand Response potentials suitable to tackle this increasing supply volatility. Nevertheless, most companies do not operate their production in a flexible manner due to multiple reasons: among others, the companies lack know-how, technologies and a clear business case to introduce an additional level of flexibility into their production processes, they are concerned about possible impacts on their processes by varying the electricity demand and need assistance in exploiting their flexibility. Aside from fostering knowledge in industry companies, an IT-solution that supports companies to use their processes’ Demand Response potential has become necessary. Its concept must support companies in managing companies’ energy-flexible production processes and monetarize those potentials at flexibility markets. This paper presents a concept, which integrates both companies and energy markets. It enables automated trading of companies’ Demand Response potential on different flexibility markets. [less ▲]

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