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Local Electricity retail Markets for Prosumer smart grid pOWER services

Deliverables

Pilot Sites Specification Report

This report describes the commonalities and idiosyncrasies of the different test sites. Reference to both type of appliances, technical infrastructure (AMS, control equipment, etc.) and local grid topology will be made. Focus on local production, existing demand-response programs, new loads will be addressed. This will be fed into task T7.2 A thorough analysis of geographical, demographical and sociographical aspects will be made in order to characterize the end-user group. The report will also treat business aspects related to retail pricing, tariffs, consumption levels, load profiles, services available and other things that represent standards of local day-to-day operations prior to EMPOWER deployment.

Communications Test Report

The Test Report will contain a documentation of the results from the tests of the API functions.

Feasibility Report

This report describes the results of the feasibility analysis and the field devices integration work.

Policy implications

The insights on prosumer business models will be transferred into a detailed set of policy recommendations.

Report on user behaviour, user acceptance and user involvement

This report sums up the monitoring task and data analysis along with results from a user survey carried out to gauge user acceptance, involvement and feedback at the different test sites. Important comparisons will be done.

Dissemination Plan

The Dissemination plan must show, in detail, the activities to be performed along the life of the project; stakeholders to be addressed, related activities, activities schedule, KPIs and resources, identifying the summits and events linked to each stakeholder profile, and establishing how and when to participate. The plan will be reviewed at M18.

Trading concept development

This report will define the final trading concept to be implemented. The report will describe the full market and the associated trading mechanisms. This will be presented in business oriented terms and use economically parametric to describe and evaluate the models included. It will also constitute a basis for the work producing D6.4.

Technical specifications for software development

These specifications constitute the technical basis for implementation of the market and trading concept developed in the project and all the interfaces capturing the communication between the management/trading level and the parts that optimize use of resources and control the physical flow of communication, energy and money.

Timing-based business models

Timing-based business models will provide a new type of model for providing flexibility to the grid.

Communications Specification Plan

This plan will contain a description of the quality of service and the communication use cases that will be needed by the BPL.

Final project report

The Consortium shall submit a final report to the EC within 60 days after the end of the project. This final report shall comprise a final publishable summary report covering the results, conclusions and socio-economic impact of the project.

Models of prosumer acceptance

Based on experimental studies with prosumers D2.3 provides a guideline for prosumer acceptance of different business models.

Dissemination and communication report, final

Update of the D9.4 deliverable, including all the dissemination activities and the results of all the project period.

Functional and technical documentation of relevant API-functions

This will contain the complete functional and technical documentation of the API functions.

Prosumer oriented trade

This report presents the results of “T6.2 Exploration of theoretical and practical solutions for prosumer oriented trade”. It will contain an analysis of existing theoretical and practical solutions pertinent to the project. The report should further describe the mechanisms of trade to be used in the rest of the project.

Dissemination and communication report, year 1

Report of the activities performed during the first year of the project, including website number of visitors, number of website updates of information, and participation in events.

Deployment Report

This report specifies the technical customizations done to meet the specifics of the different pilot sites described in D7.1. It also describes method of deployment, user recruitment and initial acceptance. It highlights configurations made and the contributions of local co-players.

Ideal-type business models in local smart grids

Based on a QCA of local smart grid business models worldwide, D2.2 identifies 3 to 5 Ideal-type business models.

Market design

This report presents the results from T6.1 and lays the foundation for T6.3 and T6.4. The report will encompass an evaluation of existing work and provide a description of the market design chosen for further development.

Validation and Testing Report

This report documents the actual operations in the different test areas and the behaviour of the technical systems during the validation and the testing report. It states the dominant directions of flow, storage levels, trading volume and the dominating forms of exchanges during the day, the week and the full period of testing.

Dissemination and communication report, year 2 and revised plan

Update of the D9.3 deliverable with the activities and results of year 2.

Communications Test Plan

This Test Plan will contain a full description of the test procedures for verification of the API functions.

Project website and social networks profiles

The Website will be available, in a public URL with a name related to the project, and a basic structure able to explain the goals, targets, Consortium, having a space for updating the evolution of the project.

API-functions implemented, tested and verified

This will be the set of all relevant and readily tested API-functions that are needed for communication between the BPL and the PL.

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Publications

To move the market power

Author(s): Atle Albensen
Published in: 2014

Choose your partners wisely

Author(s): Claude R. Olsen
Published in: 2015

NCE Smart leads new 50 million EU project which will revolutionize the energy market

Author(s): Dieter Hirdes, Bernt A. Bremdal, Knut H. Johansen
Published in: 2014

New concecpts in microgrids for the distribution of electrical energy

Author(s): Francesc Girbau, Mónica Aragüés, Andreas Sumper
Published in: 2015

The real value of Smart Grids and Microgrids

Author(s): Andreas Sumper
Published in: 2015

Getting smarter and smarter

Author(s): Estabanell Energia
Published in: 2015

Fredrikstad Energi preparing for the future

Author(s): Fredrikstad Energi
Published in: 2015

Local Electricity Retail Markets for Prosumer Smart Grid Power Services

Author(s): Moritz Loock
Published in: 2015

Solar cells and wind turbines will provide power at the eastern Hvaler

Author(s): John Johansen
Published in: 2015

Europe’s electricity becomes intelligent! Also in Wolpertshausen

Author(s): Henrik Steinert
Published in: 2016

Unique environmental project in Southern Sandøya will make cabins self-powered. Recieving 16 environmental millions

Author(s): John Johansen
Published in: 2015

The concept of prosumer

Author(s): Mònica Aragüés
Published in: 2015

Empowering local electricity retail markets through business modelling

Author(s): Loock, Bohnsack, Reuter and Kunze
Published in: 2015

Facilitating homeowners to be able to create their own energy

Author(s): Hilde Erlingsen and Odd Skjerdal, NRK- Østfold
Published in: 2015

For energy conversion

Author(s): Dieter Hirdes
Published in: 2015

Energy solutions for the future

Author(s): EGI-HSG
Published in: 2015

Empowering Local Electricity Markets: A survey study from Switzerland, Norway, Spain and Germany

Author(s): Reuter, Emma; Loock, Moritz
Published in: HSG, 2017

V2G: Measuring electric vehicle drivers’ willingness to co-create flexibility for smart grids

Author(s): Kubli, Loock & Wüstenhagen
Published in: St. Gallen University, 2017

For energy conversion

Author(s): Dieter Hirdes
Published in: European Commission (CORDIS), 2015

Local Electricity Retail Markets for Prosumer Smart Grid Power Services

Author(s): Moritz Loock
Published in: UNISG webpage, 2015

EMPOWER H2020

Author(s): Mònica Aragüés , Emmanuelle Reuterand Dieter Hirdes
Published in: BRIDGE, 2017

Energy solutions for the future

Author(s): EGI-HSG
Published in: UNISG webpage, 2015

Vil flytte markedsdmakt

Author(s): Atle Albensen
Published in: Energiteknikk (Norwegian Energy Technology Magazine) page 42, 2014

Empowering local electricity retail markets through business modelling

Author(s): Loock, Bohnsack, Reuter and Kunze
Published in: ECCH, 2015

How to use the business model composer for EMPOWER business modeling

Author(s): Moritz Loock, Rene Bohnsack
Published in: St. Gallen University, 2015

Facilitating homeowners to be able to create their own energy

Author(s): NRK- Østfold (Hilde Erlingsen and Odd Skjerdal)
Published in: NRK- Østfold, 2015

Norway is pushing the development of innovative smart grid solutions

Author(s): Dieter Hirdes
Published in: GTAI, Germany Trade & Invest, 2016

Solar cells and wind turbines will provide power at the eastern Hvaler

Author(s): John Johansen
Published in: Fredrikstad Blad, 2015

Unique environmental project in Southern Sandøya will make cabins self-powered. Recieving 16 environmental millions

Author(s): John Johansen
Published in: Fredrikstad Blad, 2016

Strategic Transformation in the German Energy Industry

Author(s): Emma Reuter, Moritz Loock
Published in: St. Gallen University, 2017

The real value of Smart Grids and Microgrids

Author(s): Andreas Sumper
Published in: Automática e Instrumentación, num. 469, 2015, ISSN 0213-3113

Empower 2020: towards a collaborative electric business model

Author(s): Cristina Bernabeu
Published in: Info PLC++, 2017

Choose your partners wisely

Author(s): Claude R. Olsen
Published in: Forskningsradet webpage, 2015

New concecpts in microgrids for the distribution of electrical energy

Author(s): Francesc Girbau, Mónica Aragüés, Andreas Sumper
Published in: Automática e Instrumentación, num. 469, 2015, ISSN 0213-3113

Strategic Innovation in the Energy Industry

Author(s): Emma Reuter, Moritz Loock
Published in: St. Gallen University, 2016

Europe’s electricity becomes intelligent! Also in Wolpertshausen

Author(s): Henrik Steinert
Published in: Bürgermeisteramt Wolpertshausen, 2016, ISSN 0084-3067

Fredrikstad Energi preparing for the future

Author(s): Fredrikstad Energi
Published in: Energibransjen.no, 2015

The concept of prosumer

Author(s): Mònica Aragüés
Published in: CIT UPC, 2015, ISSN 1886-4805

Promising Smart Grid Business Models

Author(s): Moritz Loock
Published in: UNISG webpage, conference brochure, 2015, ISSN 2305-7394

Local Electricity Retail Markets for Prosumer Smart Grid Power Services

Author(s): Henriette Forsetlund
Published in: eSmart webpage, 2015

NCE Smart leads new 50 million EU project which will revolutionize the energy market

Author(s): Dieter Hirdes, Bernt A. Bremdal, Knut H. Johansen
Published in: NCE Smart Energy Markets webpage, 2014

eSmart Systems partner in a new EU project that will revolutionize the energy market

Author(s): Henriette Forsetlund
Published in: eSmart webpage, 2015

Promising Smart Grid Business Models

Author(s): Moritz Loock
Published in: 2015

Scaling novel business models

Author(s): Loock, Bartl and Reuter
Published in: 2015

Day-ahead micro-market design for distributed energy resources

Author(s): Pol Olivella
Published in: 2016

New markets and business models in microgrids: EMPOWER project

Author(s): Pol Olivella Rosell, Rafael Pacheco Bubí, Roberto Villafáfila Robles, Andreas Sumper Antoni, Sudrià-Andreu
Published in: 2015

Business model quality: towards an ecological rationality view

Author(s): Bernt Bremdal, Pol Olivella, Jayaprakash Rajasekharan
Published in: IEEE PowerTech 2017, 2017

Creating a local energy market

Author(s): Bernt Bremdal, Pol Olivella, Jayaprakash Rajasekharan, Iliana Ilieva
Published in: CIRED 2017, 2017

Day-ahead micro-market design for distributed energy resources

Author(s): Pol Olivella
Published in: IEEE ENERGYCON 2016, 2016

Scaling novel business models

Author(s): Loock, Bartl and Reuter
Published in: EGOS conference, Athens, 2015

Design and Operational Characteristics of Local Energy and Flexibility Markets in the Distribution Grid

Author(s): Pol Olivella, Jayaprakash Rajasekharan, Bernt Bremdal
Published in: SET PLAN 2016 - CEEC X, 2016

New markets and business models in microgrids: EMPOWER project

Author(s): Pol Olivella Rosell, Rafael Pacheco Bubí, Roberto Villafáfila Robles, Andreas Sumper Antoni, Sudrià-Andreu
Published in: Programa Iberoamericano de Ciencia y Tecnología para el Desarrollo (CYTED)., 2015

The flexible prosumer: Customer co-creation of ancillary services in smart grids

Author(s): Kubli, Loock & Wüstenhagen
Published in: IAEE Vienna, 2017

Multi-Period Power Management Optimization for Operating Isolated Hybrid Microgrids

Author(s): Marc Galceran, Mònica Aragüés, Eduard Bulich, Oriol Gomis
Published in: IEEE explore 2017 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe (ISGT-Europe), 2017

Architecture definition and operation testing of local electricity markets. The EMPOWER project

Author(s): E. Bullich-Massagué, M. Aragüés-Peñalba, P. Olivella-Rosell, P. Lloret-Gallego, J. A. Vidal-Clos and A. Sumper
Published in: IEEE explore 2017 International Conference on Modern Power Systems (MPS), 2017

Multi market bidding strategies for demand side flexibility aggregators in electricity markets

Author(s): Stig Ødegaard Ottesen, Asgeir Tomasgard, Stein-Erik Fleten
Published in: Energy, Issue 149, 2018, Page(s) 120-134, ISSN 0360-5442
DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2018.01.187

The flexible prosumer: Measuring the willingness to co-create distributed flexibility

Author(s): Pol Olivella-Rosell; Eduard Bullich-Massagué; Mònica
Published in: Applied Energy, 2017, ISSN 0306-2619

Timing-based business models for flexibility creation in the electric power sector

Author(s): Thorsten Helms, Moritz Loock, Rene Bohnsack
Published in: Energy Policy, 2016, ISSN 0301-4215

The flexible prosumer: Measuring the willingness to co-create distributed flexibility

Author(s): Kubli, Loock & Wüstenhagen
Published in: Energy Policy, 2017, ISSN 0301-4215

Methodology for the Evaluation of Resilience of ICT Systems for Smart Distribution Grids

Author(s): Pau Lloret-Gallego, Mònica Aragüés-Peñalba, Lien Van Schepdael, Eduard Bullich-Massagué, Pol Olivella-Rosell and Andreas Sumper
Published in: Energies, 2017, ISSN 1996-1073

Getting smarter and smarter

Author(s): Estabanell Energia
Published in: Blog of Estabanell Energia, 2015, ISSN 2001-7960

Multi market bidding strategies for demand side flexibility aggregators in electricity markets

Author(s): Stig Ødegaard Ottesen
Published in: Energy (&NTNU, Doctoral Thesis ISBN 978-82-326-216-3), 2017, ISSN 1503-8181