ELSAProject reference: 646125
Funded under :
H2020-EU.3.3. - SOCIETAL CHALLENGES - Secure, clean and efficient energy
Energy Local Storage Advanced system (ELSA)
Integration of distributed small/medium size storage systems can allow operating distribution grids much more flexibly, thus realizing smart grid features like local demand-supply balancing, congestion relief, peak shaving and effective RES integration.
However, few technologically mature decentralized storage systems are commercially available today at affordable prices, while both viable business models and the underlying legal and regulatory framework are lagging behind.
As an answer ELSA will implement and demonstrate an innovative solution integrating low-cost second-life Li-ion batteries and other direct and indirect storage options, including heat storage, demand-side management, as well as use of intermittent RES.
The core idea is to consider Storage as a Service towards building and district managers for local energy management optimization, and towards DSO for enhanced network operations. ELSA will adapt, build upon, and integrate close-to-mature (TRL>=5) storage technologies and related ICT-based energy management systems for the management and control of local loads, generation and single or aggregated real or virtual storage resources, including demand response, in buildings, districts and distribution grids.
Data models ensuring interoperability among building, districts and DSOs and novel business models enabled by energy storage “as-a-service” will be developed.
Different configurations will be demonstrated along six test sites, where a set of different storage technologies will be integrated. Safety issues and social acceptance will be dealt with by communication and product reliability demonstration.
A technical, economic and environmental validation, involving relevant stakeholders, will be carried out to nurture the European-wide replication of the ELSA concept, prepare the ground for a concrete roll out of the resulting TRL9 technologies and provide input for regulatory framework adaptation.
EU contribution: EUR 2 259 162,5
RUE STEPHENSON 19
78180 MONTIGNY LE BRETONNEUX
EU contribution: EUR 1 222 697
QUAI LE GALLO 13
92100 BOULOGNE BILLANCOURT
EU contribution: EUR 1 941 275
2 RUE RENE CAUDRON BATIMENT J PARC D AFFAIRES DU VAL SAINT QUENTIN
78960 VOISINS LE BRETONNEUX
EU contribution: EUR 1 520 875
EU contribution: EUR 582 221,5
FOURTH FLOOR, PENROSE BUSINESS CENTER, PENROSE WHARF, PENROSE QUAY
EU contribution: EUR 505 750
Via San Martino Della Battaglia 56
EU contribution: EUR 430 006,5
GOTZINGER STR. 48/50
EU contribution: EUR 279 125
VIA BRUNO CAPPONI 100
EU contribution: EUR 681 250
Baltic Campus, Quarryfield Road, Gateshead College
NE8 3BE Gateshead
EU contribution: EUR 439 250
87435 Kempten (Allgäu)