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Scientific journals : Article
Engineering, computing & technology : Computer science
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/44523
Harnessing the Full Potential of Industrial Demand-Side Flexibility : an End-to-End Approach Connecting Machines with Markets through Service-Oriented IT Platforms
English
Roesch, Martin [> >]
Bauer, Dennis [> >]
Haupt, Leon [> >]
Keller, Robert [> >]
Bauernhansl, Thomas [> >]
Fridgen, Gilbert mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) >]
Reinhart, Gunther [> >]
Sauer, Alexander [> >]
2019
Applied Sciences
9
18
Yes
[en] industrial load management; demand-side management; demand-side response; energy flexibility; IT concept; platform-based ecosystem
[en] The growing share of renewable energy generation based on fluctuatingwind and solar energy sources is increasingly challenging in terms of power grid stability. Industrial demand-side response presents a promising way to balance energy supply and consumption. For this, energy demand is flexibly adapted based on external incentives. Thus, companies can economically benefit and at the same time contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. However, there are currently some major obstacles that impede industrial companies fromtaking part in the energymarkets. A broad specification analysis systematically dismantles the existing barriers. On this foundation, a new end-to-end ecosystem of an energy synchronization platform is introduced. It consists of a business-individual company-side platform, where suitable services for energy-oriented manufacturing are offered. In addition, one market-side platform is established as a mediating service broker, which connects the companies to, e.g., third party service providers, energy suppliers, aggregators, and energy markets. The ecosystems aim at preventing vendor lock-in and providing a flexible solution, relying on open standards and offering an integrated solution through an end-to-end energy flexibility data model. In this article, the resulting functionalities are discussed and the remaining deficits outlined.
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/44523
https://eref.uni-bayreuth.de/52232/

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