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Engineering, computing & technology : Energy
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/49560
Scalability and Replicability Analysis of Grid Management Services in Low Voltage Networks in Local Flexibility Markets: an InterFlex analysis
English
Potenciano Menci, Sergio mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > FINATRAX >]
Herndler, Barbara [Austrian Institute of Technology > Electrical Energy Systems]
Kupzog, Friederuch [Austrian Institute of Technology > Electrical Energy Systems]
Zweistra, Marisca []
Steegth, Robert []
Willems, Marcel []
29-Jul-2021
PowerTech 2021
Yes
International
PowerTech Madrid 2021
from 28-06-2021 to 02-07-2021
[en] Aggregation ; Grid Management ; Flexibility impact ; Smart Grid ; Scalability ; Replicability
[en] The numerous changes in the power grid, due to the current and foreseeable increase of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) within the electrical network has resulted in a new perception of the modern distribution network. A key aspect in this regard is the efficient utilisation of flexibility in demand and generation. This paper focuses on the impact of RES when used to provide flexibility for grid management services. In the European project InterFlex, grid management services were offered in local flexibility markets in distribution networks. The results of the Scalability and Replicability Analysis (SRA) of the smart grid Dutch demonstration is presented. Furthermore, the challenges of replicating and analysing a real system based on a high number of interconnected tools, where seasonality effects and realistic large scale deployments which are to be forecasted, are considered and discussed
InterFlex
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/49560
10.1109/PowerTech46648.2021.9495061
H2020 ; 731289 - InterFlex - Interactions between automated energy systems and Flexibilities brought by energy market players

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