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Smart system of renewable energy storage based on INtegrated EVs and bAtteries to empower mobile, Distributed and centralised Energy storage in the distribution grid

Deliverables

Project Periodic Report n°1

This first period report will include all the activities carried out and will reflect on the achievements during the first period of the project (M1-M18). Moreover, the deliverable will also include all the interim reports produced, including management, financial, scheduling and cost reports. This deliverable will be used as main input for the first project review, jointly with the due deliverables of the period. It will also include publishable summary and the answers to the ‘questionnaire’, covering issues related to the action.

Storage system dimensioning and design tool

This report explains the storage tool designed in T6.1 for dimensioning and design storage applications. Moreover, it exposes the results obtained from the pilot use cases during T6.5.

Project Management Plan

This deliverable will include a detailed Project Management Plan with a Gantt chart and a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). It will include a schedule per task, responsible partner to related subtasks, related deliverables and dependencies on other tasks.

Advanced Optimal Battery operation and control algorithm

This report contains the final version of the flexibility management allocation and operation algorithms from T5.3 and T5.4. This version includes more technical parameters and detailed use case scenarios for operating the INVADE Platform. This version will be implemented in the INVADE Platform.

Cloud based flexibility management system: Flexibility Cloud, phase 1

This report exposes the asset management and data repository and Asset control implementation developed in T8.1 and T8.2.

Advanced Battery techno-economics tool

This deliverable exposes the final version of the battery techno-economic model developed in T6.3 that will be included in D5.4 Advanced Optimal Battery operation and control algorithm. Moreover, the report includes the application of this tool in pilot use cases (T6.5) and the tool integration in T5.4 and D5.4.

Cloud based flexibility management system: Flexibility Cloud, phase 2

This report explains the implementation of the Simplified Flexibility management operation from D5.3 according to T8.3 and T8.4.

Advanced State of health diagnostics tool

This report is an updated version of D6.3 based on the findings from T6.2 and T6.4 including more technical parameters.

Data management Plan

This report exposes the Open Data Management Plan and Open Research Data Pilot preparation and this deliverable corresponds to T2.1

Review of existing business models and storage technology database

This report will expose the main innovative business models related to flexibility platforms and micro/local market platforms analysed in T9.1.

Pilots specifications

This report describes the technical details of test sites collected in T10.1. Reference to both type of appliances, technical infrastructure, and local grid topology will be made. Focus on local production, existing demand-response programs, new loads will be addressed. 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 INVADE Platform deployment.

Set of INVADE business models including classification framework simplified

The initial findings from T9.4 will be exposed in D9.4 to be considered in pilot implementation.

Feasibility analysis and reports of BPL and field devices integration

This report describes the main results from T7.3 in the feasibility analysis and the field devices integration.

Overall INVADE architecture final

This deliverable includes the review of the INVADE concept, SGAM layers and INVADE architecture according to the feedback from pilots examined in T4.6. Moreover, ElaadNL describes the studied extensions of the existing standards and protocols reviewed in T4.4.

Specification of the CP-API-functions

This will contain the complete functional and technical documentation of the API functions developed during T7.2.

Report on validation and certification

This report exposes the technical characteristics of the INVADE platform validated and certified in all pilots. This deliverable sums up the T10.8.

Simplified Battery operation and control algorithm

This report contains the first version of flexibility management allocation and operation algorithms from T5.3 and T5.4. This is a simplified version that will be initially implemented in the INVADE Platform.

Communications Test Plan and test reports

This report exposes the test plan and reports from T7.4 about the communication platform and the API functions.

Input on user behaviour and technology domestication amongst users to the business model development

This deliverable exposes the user involvement and behavioural processes in the INVADE platform studied in T9.2.

Project Periodic Report n°2

This report will be built on the previous deliverable D1.42and will include all the management activities and reports produced during the overall project.

Pilots methodology

This report defines the technical and businesses KPIs and their values specification, detailed processes and time frame analysed in T10.1.

Set of INVADE business models including classification framework advanced

The final conclusions from T9.4 will be described in D9.6.

Report on challenges in distribution grid with high penetration of renewables

This report explains the main findings from T5.1 describing the main challenges in distribution grids with distributed energy resources. Additionally, this report explains the technical scenarios in distribution systems with grid bottlenecks and other technical problems.

Report on user behaviour and technology domestication amongst users

This deliverable exposes the final conclusions and main findings from T9.2 regarding the user involvement and user-platform interaction in pilots.

Dissemination and communication final report

This report shows the communications and dissemination activities until the end of the project done in T2.1-5 and it is an upgraded version of D2.5.

Simplified State of health diagnostics tool

This report shows the simplified state-of-health diagnosis tool to be included in D5.3 developed in T6.2 and T6.4. Additionally, it also describes the application of this tool in pilots according to T6.5.

Stakeholders Engagement Plan

The Stakeholder Engagement Plan report defines the INVADE stakeholder community and describe the instruments of their engagement per each project beneficiary. This deliverable corresponds to T3.1.

Final Pilots Methodology

This report is the final document exposing the methodology implemented in pilots from tasks T10.1 and T10.3-7.

Report on legal policy implications

This report described the analysis of the regulatory policy implications for the INVADE Platform done in T9.3.

Dissemination and communication intermediate report

This report shows the communications and dissemination activities until M12 done in T2.1-5.

Flexibility Cloud System and Documentation

This deliverable exposes the System- and User documentation for the Flexibility Cloud system developed in T8.3-6.

Stakeholders analysis

The Stakeholders analysis exposes all potential entities involved in the INVADE Platform and it corresponds to the T3.2.

Assessment of the potential value of alternatives in the future with demand growth from EVs, renewables integration and distributed storage units

This report exposes the technical alternatives for stressed distribution grids analysed in T5.2. The report describes the main benefits from each potential solution in the technical scenarios exposed in D5.1 and for other cases considering electricity market prices, technical characteristics and regulatory constraints.

Communications Specification Plan

This plan contains a description of the quality of service and the communication use cases analysed during T7.1 that will be needed by the BPL.

Cloud based flexibility management system: Flexibility Cloud, phase 3

This report explains the implementation of the Advanced Flexibility management operation from D5.4 according to T8.3 and T8.4. Moreover, it includes the test results developed in T8.5 in the test-lab environment.

Project Final Report

The consortium shall submit a final report to the Commission 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.

INVADE architecture of pilots

This deliverable adapts the overall INVADE architecture to pilots and their specific technical characteristics, components and protocols to implement the Flexibility System in pilots developed in T4.5. For that task WP10 will provide technical information about pilots and ElaadNL will be in charge of all standards and protocols like communication protocols and standard information models.

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. This deliverable corresponds to T2.1.

Final Life Cycle Analysis

This report finalises the task T3.7 and includes the final version of the pilots’ life cycle analysis.

Battery techno-economics tool

This deliverable exposes the battery techno-economic model developed in T6.3 that will be included in D5.3 Simplified Battery operation and control algorithm. This report contains the simplified version of the battery techno-economic tool.

Draft Life Cycle Analysis

This deliverable shows the life cycle analysis exposed in T3.7 according to the information available until the second year. This report includes a general analysis and the draft version of the pilots’ life cycle analysis.

First results from Pilots

This deliverable contains the initial findings from pilots’ development from tasks T10.2-7.

Overall INVADE architecture

This deliverable includes INVADE concept, SGAM layers, defined components, data flows and relations between different assets to implement the Flexibility System developed in T4.1, T4.2 and T4.3. This deliverable includes input from ElaadNL to include standards and protocols in SGAM layers like communication protocols and standard information models analysed in T4.4.

Data collection and management

This deliverable exposes the data collection agreements from pilots from T10.2.

Final results from Pilots

Final Pilots methodology.

End-user mobile apps and management dashboards, phase 2

This deliverable exposes the final version of mobile apps and management dashboards of INVADE Platform developed during T8.6.

End-user mobile apps and management dashboards, phase 1

This deliverable exposes the first release of mobile apps and management dashboards of INVADE Platform developed during T8.6.

Project website and social network 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, etc. having a space for updating the evolution of the project. This deliverable corresponds to T2.2.

Publications

Platform-based business models in the future energy market

Author(s): Bernt Bremdal, Dagfinn Wåge, Gunnar Crawford
Published in: CIRED Workshop Proceedings, Issue CIRED 2018 Ljubljana Workshop on Microgrids and Local Energy Communities, 2018, Page(s) 317

Utilizing End-User Flexibility for Demand Management Under Capacity Subscription Tariffs

Author(s): Sigurd Bjarghov, Gerard Doorman
Published in: 2018 15th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 2018, Page(s) 1-5
DOI: 10.1109/eem.2018.8469832

Digital ecosystem as a disruptive force of flexibility services in the energy sector

Author(s): Iliana Ilieva, Bernt Bredal, Dagfinn Wåge
Published in: International Association for Energy Economics, Issue IAEE Groningen 2018, 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3689602

Value of Prosumer house batteries: experiences across the EU

Author(s): Sigurd Bjarghov, Pedro Crespo del Granado, Hossein Farahmand, Magnus Korpås
Published in: International Association for Energy Economics, Issue IAEE Groningen 2018, 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3689551

The INVADE project: Towards the flexibility operator concept and its application to the Spanish pilot

Author(s): Pol Olivella, Pau Lloret, Roberto Villalfáfila, Stig Ødegaard Ottesen, Ramon Ballart, Andreas Sumper
Published in: CIRED Workshop Proceedings, Issue CIRED 2018 Ljubljana Workshop on Microgrids and Local Energy Communities, 2018, Page(s) 417

Improved methods for stakeholder analysis to unveil vital roles and responsibilities in the future flexibility markets

Author(s): Iliana Ilieva, Sanket Puranik, Bernt Bremdal
Published in: CIRED Workshop Proceedings, Issue CIRED 2018 Ljubljana Workshop on Microgrids and Local Energy Communities, 2018, Page(s) 384

INVADE Flexibility Centralized Algorithm to Manage Electric Vehicles under DSO Requests in Buildings with Limited Information

Author(s): Pol Olivella-Rosell, Francisco Diaz-Gonzalez, Pau Lloret-Gallego, Sara Barja-Martinez, Sigurd Bjarghov, Venkatachalam Lakshmanan, Stig Odegaard Ottesen, Nazir Refa, Frank Geerts, Roberto Villafafila-Robles
Published in: 2019 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Europe (ISGT-Europe), 2019, Page(s) 1-5
DOI: 10.1109/isgteurope.2019.8905446

System architecture for managing congestions in distributions grids using flexibility

Author(s): Íngrid Munne-Collado, Pau Lloret-Gallego, Pol Olivella-Rosell, Roberto Villafafila-Robles, Stig Ø Ottesen, Ramon Gallart, Vera Palma-Costa, Andreas Sumper
Published in: CIRED Conference Proceedings, Issue Proc. of the 25th International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2019), 2019, Page(s) 411

A scheduling optimization model of electric water heaters for electricity cost minimization with limited information

Author(s): Sara Barja-Martinez, Pol Olivella-Rosell, Pau Lloret-Gallego, Roberto Villafafila-Robles, Andreas Sumper, Stig Odegaard Ottesen, Hoang Minh Tran
Published in: 2019 8th International Conference on Modern Power Systems (MPS), 2019, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1109/mps.2019.8759764

Intelligent Flexibility Management for Prosumers: Development of Algorithms for the Energy Management of Electric Vehicles, Loads, Generators and Batteries

Author(s): Sara Barja-Martinez, Pol Olivella-Rosell, Pau Lloret-Gallego, Roberto Villafafila-Robles
Published in: Proceedings I Ibero-American Congress of Smart Cities, Issue ICSC 2018, 2019, Page(s) 166-190

Servicios de flexibilidad para el DSO y BRP: El piloto español del proyecto Invade

Author(s): Vera Palma-Costa, Ramón Gallart-Fernández, Pau Lloret-Gallego, Pol Olivella-Rosell, Sara Barja-Martínez, Íngrid Munné-Collado, Roberto Villafáfila-Robles
Published in: Libro de Comunicaciones VI Congreso Smart Grids, 2019, Page(s) 69-74

Local Flexibility Market Design for Aggregators Providing Multiple Flexibility Services at Distribution Network Level

Author(s): Pol Olivella-Rosell, Pau Lloret-Gallego, Íngrid Munné-Collado, Roberto Villafafila-Robles, Andreas Sumper, Stig Ottessen, Jayaprakash Rajasekharan, Bernt Bremdal
Published in: Energies, Issue 11/4, 2018, Page(s) 822, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en11040822

Centralised and Distributed Optimization for Aggregated Flexibility Services Provision

Author(s): Pol Olivella-Rosell, Juha Forsstrom, Stig Odegaard Ottesen, Roberto Villafafila-Robles, Andreas Sumper, Francesc Rulclan, Pau Lloret-Gallego, Eduardo Prieto-Araujo, Ricard Ferrer-San-Jose, Sara Barja-Martinez, Sigurd Bjarghov, Venkatachalam Lakshmanan, Ari Hentunen
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 2020, Page(s) 1-1, ISSN 1949-3053
DOI: 10.1109/tsg.2019.2962269

Reducing the climate change impacts of lithium-ion batteries by their cautious management through integration of stress factors and life cycle assessment

Author(s): Samppa Jenu, Ivan Deviatkin, Ari Hentunen, Marja Myllysilta, Saara Viik, Mikko Pihlatie
Published in: Journal of Energy Storage, Issue 27, 2020, Page(s) 101023, ISSN 2352-152X
DOI: 10.1016/j.est.2019.101023

Prosumer integration in wholesale electricity markets: Synergies of peer-to-peer trade and residential storage

Author(s): Jan Martin Zepter, Alexandra Lüth, Pedro Crespo del Granado, Ruud Egging
Published in: Energy and Buildings, Issue 184, 2019, Page(s) 163-176, ISSN 0378-7788
DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2018.12.003

Large Scale Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles in Practice

Author(s): Marisca Zweistra, Stan Janssen, Frank Geerts
Published in: Energies, Issue 13/2, 2020, Page(s) 298, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en13020298

The Potential Role of Flexibility During Peak Hours on Greenhouse Gas Emissions: A Life Cycle Assessment of Five Targeted National Electricity Grid Mixes

Author(s): Ingrid Munné-Collado, Fabio Maria Aprà, Pol Olivella-Rosell, Roberto Villafáfila-Robles
Published in: Energies, Issue 12/23, 2019, Page(s) 4443, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en12234443

Bringing Business and Societal Impact Together in an Evolving Energy Sector

Author(s): Iliana Ilieva, Bernt Arild Bremdal, Sanket Puranik
Published in: Journal of Clean Energy Technologies, Issue Vol.7(3), 2019, Page(s) 42-48, ISSN 1793-821X
DOI: 10.18178/jocet.2019.7.3.508

Local electricity market designs for peer-to-peer trading: The role of battery flexibility

Author(s): Alexandra Lüth, Jan Martin Zepter, Pedro Crespo del Granado, Ruud Egging
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue 229, 2018, Page(s) 1233-1243, ISSN 0306-2619
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2018.08.004

Datasets

Battery and water heater energy elasticity performance optimisation

Author(s): Svilen Piralkov,Dimitar Stanev
Published in: Zenodo

Smart meters data involved in Spanish Pilot

Author(s): Gallart Ramon
Published in: Zenodo