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Designing eTrading Solutions for Electricity Balancing and Redispatching in Europe

Deliverables

Specification of the use cases to be completed within TSOs’ environments used for pilot tests

Specification and implementation of the use cases to be completed within TSOs’ environments used for pilot tests. There should be a total of 4 use cases of increasing complexity.

Recommendations for a deployment roadmap of the most promising use cases studied in the pilot tests

Recommendations for a deployment roadmap of the most promising use cases studied in the pilot tests shall be elaborated based on gained experiences, taking into account the feedback from involved stakeholders in the dissemination activities.

Analysis of results from dissemination activities during the first three years

The comments and recommendations expressed by TSOs, regulators and other workshop participants in the first three years have to be sumarized and a perspective of deployment has to be given.

Validation report of prototyped aFRR software suite

Based on output from Task 2.2, set of use cases will be validated through a computer simulation using real historical data provided by TSOs and distributed resources.

Actions initiated with standardization organizations

It target the project's participation in related EC and international standardization activities.

Report on Prototype Regional Balancing and Redispatching Platform

Based on specification from D3.1, the prototype will be developed.

Report on the cross-border pilot tests

Report on the cross-border pilot tests (M39) performed based on the use cases 3 and 4 defined in WP4, involving the C&I consumers and distributed generators recruited within task 5.1.

Assessment of pilot tests

Assessment of pilot tests using the KPI indicators that were developed in D4.2. Assessment and a thorough multi-criterion analysis is to be performed progressively.

Barriers to scaling up and replication of the most promising field tests results

In particular, technology, economy and regulatory bariers must be scrutinised as well as the problem arising from scaling the results.

Impact analysis of the performed pilot tests

A thorough assessment of pilot tests performed in WP4 allowing the extrapolation of results of technology and economic pilot tests.

Key performance indicators for the assessment of pilot tests

This deliverable will list the KPIs proven to efficiently illustrate the key results of pilot tests, such as costs, quality of regulation, level of cross-border exchanges, and any other appeared as important during the assessments within WP1.

Report on the pilot tests carried out within each participating control zone

Report on the pilot tests carried out within each participating control zone (M39) reports on tests performed based on the use cases 1 and 2 defined in WP4 and involving the C&I consumers and distributed generators recruited within task 5.1.

Data needed to implement the common activation function

Data needed to implement the common activation function (M12), the specification of various communication protocols to be used for the real-time exchange, B2B data exchange specifications and Structural data exchange specifications.

Requirements for DR & DG participation in aFRR Markets

Research between TSOs about requirements for provisioning DR & DG in FRR markets and survey of such potential DR & DG.

Cross-border balancingand redispatching mechanisms tailored to congested borders situation and design of a Common Activation Function

This deliverable will provide the functional description of the cross-border balancing and redispaching mechanism which takes into account the congestions among the concerned bidding zones, as well as the algorithm of an aFRR Common Activation Function, and the principles of redispatching function.

Report on offline testing of the Regional Balancing and Redispatching Platform, including the common real-time processing function

Report on offline testing of the Regional Balancing and Redispatching Platform, including the common real-time processing function.

Specifications of the common real-time processing function

The software specifications of the common real-time processing function shall be defined based on the concept of this real-time function developed within WP1.

Results from simulations of cross-border balancing and redispatching mechanisms with Common Activation Function

This deliverable will provide the proof of concept of the investigated CB mechanisms through studies and exemplary simulations, as an initial input to the pilot tests.

Final project conference proceedings to disclose the consortium conclusions and recommendations

Final project conference proceedings to disclose the consortium conclusions and recommendations represents the final deliverable summarizing main findings and conclusions of the FutureFlow project.

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Publications

FutureFlow project: Selection of the target model for the balancing energy exchanges

Author(s): Nebojša Jović, Zoran Vujasinović, Dušan Vlaisavljević
Published in: SEERC Colloquium - Kyiv 2018, Issue 1, 2018

Simulation of regional cross-border activation of secondary control reserves within the FutureFlow project

Author(s): Miloš Maksić, Zvonko Bregar, Andrej Souvent
Published in: SEERC Colloquium - Kyiv 2018, Issue 1, 2018

The FutureFlow project: Promoting TSO-TSO cooperation in operation of balancing systems

Author(s): Christoph GUTSCHI, Andraž Andolšek, Mitja Kolenc, Radovan Sernec
Published in: EnInnov 2018, 15. Symposium Energieinnovation, 2018, Page(s) 97-98
DOI: 10.3217/978-3-85125-586-7

Scalability of FutureFlow project

Author(s): Zvonko Bregar, Miloš Maksič
Published in: 14. konferenca CIGRE-CIRED, 2019

PFC methodology for redispatching costs compensation

Author(s): I.Mihajlović Vlaisavljević, D.Vlaisavljević, Z.Vujasinović
Published in: 33. savetovanje CIGRE Srbija: Spisak radova sa Izveštajima stručnih izvestilaca 33. savetovanje, 2017

The use of IoT technologies in the power system domain

Author(s): Andrej Souvent, Uroš Salobir
Published in: Zbornik 35. delavnice, 2019

Power Flow Colouring: A Novel Power Flow Tracing Methodology Tailored for the European Zonal Electricity Market Design

Author(s): Dusan Vlaisavljevic, Iva Mihajlovic Vlaisavljevic, Milan Vukasovic, Zoran Vujasinovic
Published in: 2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT-Europe), 2019, Page(s) 1-5
DOI: 10.1109/isgteurope.2019.8905708

Identification and comparison of virtual power plants process models used in FutureFlow project

Author(s): Leon Maruša, Andrej Souvent, Matjaž Dolinar, Darko Kramar, Uroš Salobir
Published in: 14. konferenca CIGRE-CIRED, 2019

Simulation of trading with secondary reserve in the project FutureFlow

Author(s): Bregar, Zvonko; Gerbec, David ; Souvent, Andrej
Published in: 13. konferenca slovenskih elektroenergetikov CIGRE-CIRED, Maribor, 22.-24. maj 2017 Povzetki referatov, 2017

The Digital Energy System 4.0 2016

Author(s): Vingerhoets, Pieter; Chebbo, Maher; Hatziargyriou, Nikos D.; Kariniotakis, Georges; Donnelly, Rory; de Boeck, Steven; Schneider, Anna-Carin; Johansson , Anderskim; Dotto, Stephane; Hickey, Paul; MONTI Antonello; Zalaznik, Nina; Bermann, Sasha; Volkerts, Marcel
Published in: https://hal-mines-paristech.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01411582, Issue 1, 2016

Flexible balancing power services within four control zones, using e-trading platform – Future Flow project

Author(s): D. ILIȘIU, E. KISS, A. STIMMER, Z. VUJASINOVIĆ, I. ȘERBĂNESCU
Published in: 2018 SESSION Papers&Proceedings, 2018

COMMON ACTIVATION FUNCTION FOR AUTOMATIC FREQUENCY RESTAURATION PROCESS – SOLUTIONS FROM FUTURE FLOW PROJECT

Author(s): D. ILIȘIU Z. VUJASINOVIĆ, AMZA F.
Published in: 14th Edition of WEC Central & Eastern Europe Regional Energy Forum – FOREN 2018, 2018

FutureFlow - When TSO's. Market Players, and Prosumers Join Forces

Author(s): ELES, d.o.o.
Published in: 2019

FutureFlow - Designing eTrading Solutions for Electricity Balancing and Redispatching in Europe

Author(s): ELES, d.o.o.
Published in: 2017