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Deliverables

Report on market acceptance and replicability

Report describing the outcomes of the assessment of replication possibilities within the national and international markets. A draft version of the report will be delivered at month 36, while its final version will be delivered at month 48. This deliverable mainly refers to Tasks 4.5 and 4.8.

Case study specification and assessment

Report describing the overall design concept of the Madeira pilot installation. The report will include the minimum requirements for the installation and demonstration of partner technologies. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 4.1.

Schematic and technical description of Orkney DSM system architecture

Report describing the overall design concept and architecture of the Orkney Demand Side Management (DSM) system. The report will particularly include a technical description of the DSM system architecture along with schematics. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 2.1.

Specifications and data report for the Samsø pilot

Document (in Danish) specifying the overall requirements, construction phases, and technical drawings to manage installers during the installation activity of the Samsø pilot system. The report will particularly include a technical description of the system architecture along with specifications. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 3.1.

Installation report of the EV smart charging demo

Report documenting the installation and test of the EV smart charging demo system in Madeira. The report will provide photographic evidence of the installation and the outcome of the testing activity. A draft version of the report will be delivered at month 36, while its final version will be delivered at month 48. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 4.8.

Infrastructure preparation and kick-off

Document providing evidence of the installed communication infrastructure and smart metering hardware and of the deployment and integration of the Energy Management System. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 4.2.

Data collection, modeling, simulation and decision

Report describing all steps necessary before the deployment of the storage technologies in the selected micro-production sites, namely data collection, modeling, simulation and decision. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 4.3.

Report on 12 months of system operation

Report providing an assessment of the operation of the DSM system on Orkney after 12 months, during which the DSM system will have been optimised. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 2.7.

Detailed plan of action for the DSM demo

Report detailing the plan of action for the deployment of the DSM system as part of the Madeira pilot installation. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 4.4. This report may also include information that complete the previous deliverables.

Report on LCA/LCC tool and results

Report describing the outcome of the environmental and economic assessment of the technical solutions based on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Life Cycle Costing (LCC) respectively. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 6.2.

Most appropriate DR services for each pilot

Report describing the most appropriate Demand Response (DR) services for each pilot based on an assessment of the grid issues faced by each of the three islands and the consideration of the specific DR assets implemented at each pilot site. The report will include a description of the algorithms developed for determining curtailment and DR. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 5.1.

Medium term scenarios for the three pilot islands

Report describing future scenarios (short term, i.e. up to five years, as well as mid- and long term) which include the demonstration projects in the three pilot islands in the perspective of a shift from energy systems relying on fossil fuels to energy systems relying solely or exclusively on renewable energy sources. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 8.2 as well as Task 8.1, since scenarios take their starting point in the reference models developed in Task 8.1.

Reference energy simulation models for the three pilot islands

Report describing the established reference energy simulation models of the energy system for the three pilots for modelling a year with a temporal resolution of 1h. This reference will holistically describe the present energy systems including electricity, heating, cooling, transportation and industrial needs with a particular focus on parts of the systems that are interconnected through conversion units between these (e.g. electricity to heat or electricity to transportation). This deliverable mainly refers to Task 8.1.

Detailed plan of action for the EV smart charging demo

Report detailing the plan of action for the deployment of the EV smart charging system as part of the Madeira pilot installation. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 4.7. This report may also include information that complete the previous deliverables.

Report on selected evaluation indicators

Report describing the selected key indicators for the environmental and economic assessment of the technical solutions and providing the value thresholds set for each indicator so to assess positive or negative impacts. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 6.1.

Integrating electricity and heat supply systems

Document (i.e. report or scientific publication) examining the legal concepts applying to heat supply and the integration of the electricity and heat supply systems in DK, PT and the UK and analysing the extent to which a European approach would be required. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 7.2.

Demand response evaluation for the system

Report documenting the demand response evaluation for the system. The report will describe the outcome of the trials and the demonstration of the demand response methods set up in WP5 in the real application. It will moreover include an assessment of the control methods based on market price signals developed with input from WP8. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 3.6.

Installation report of the DSM demo

Report documenting the installation and test of the DSM demo system in Madeira. The report will provide photographic evidence of the installation and the outcome of the testing activity. A draft version of the report will be delivered at month 36, while its final version will be delivered at month 48. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 4.5.

Kravspecifikation (Requirements Specification) (in Danish, extended summary in English)

Document specifying the overall requirements, construction phases, and technical drawings to manage installers during the installation activity of the Samsø pilot system. This deliverable mainly refers to Tasks 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5.

Regulating Electricity Storage

Document (i.e. report or scientific publication) outlining the outcomes of the assessment of legislation concerning electricity storage along with suggestions for a regulatory framework, which could be envisaged on production/supply or consumer level or on the level of the independent network operator. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 7.1.

Development plan for the SMILE case in Ballen (in Danish, extended summary in English)

Report documenting the final development plan of the Samsø pilot installation. This deliverable mainly refers to Tasks 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5.

SMILE website up and running & Social Media presence

SMILE website up and running. Start of Social Media presence, which will be regularly updated throughout the project. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 9.3.

Design specification for Orkney DSM system

Detailed design of the DSM system to be installed on Orkney. This deliverable mainly refers to Task 2.4

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Publications

Residential versus communal combination of photovoltaic and battery in smart energy systems

Author(s): Hannah Mareike Marczinkowski, Poul Alberg Østergaard
Published in: Energy, Issue 152, 2018, Page(s) 466-475, ISSN 0360-5442
DOI: 10.1016/j.energy.2018.03.153

Smart energy management algorithm for load smoothing and peak shaving based on load forecasting of an island’s power system

Author(s): Spyridon Chapaloglou, Athanasios Nesiadis, Petros Iliadis, Konstantinos Atsonios, Nikos Nikolopoulos, Panagiotis Grammelis, Christos Yiakopoulos, Ioannis Antoniadis, Emmanuel Kakaras
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue 238, 2019, Page(s) 627-642, ISSN 0306-2619
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2019.01.102

Business and socioeconomic assessment of introducing heat pumps with heat storage in small-scale district heating systems

Author(s): Poul Alberg Østergaard, Jan Jantzen, Hannah Mareike Marczinkowski, Michael Kristensen
Published in: Renewable Energy, Issue 139, 2019, Page(s) 904-914, ISSN 0960-1481
DOI: 10.1016/j.renene.2019.02.140

Business and Socioeconomic Assessment of Introducing Heat Pumps with Heat Storage in Small-scale District Heating Systems

Author(s): Poul Alberg Østergaard, Jan Jantzen, Hannah Mareike Marczinkowski, Michael Kristensen
Published in: Proceeding 13th conf. on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, SDEWES 2018, Issue 149, 2018, Page(s) 1-25

Modelling and simulation of a predictive BESS controller based on load forecasting in a South European island power system

Author(s): Spyridon Chapaloglou, Athanasios Nesiadis, Konstantinos Atsonios, Nikos Nikolopoulos, Dimitrios Rakopoulos, Panagiotis Grammelis, Emmanuel Kakaras
Published in: ECOS 31st International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems, 2018, Page(s) 12
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2552035

MyTukxi: Low Cost Smart Charging for Small Scale EVs

Author(s): Quintal Filipe, Scuri Sabrina, Barreto Mary, Pereira Lucas, Vasconcelos Dino, Pestana Daniel
Published in: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems May 2019 Paper No.: LBW0161, 2019

The Acceptance of energy monitoring technologies: the case of local prosumers

Author(s): Barreto Mary, Pereira Lucas, Quintal Filipe
Published in: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability - ICT4S 2019, 2019

On the Value Proposition of Battery Energy Storage in Self-Consumption Only Scenarios: A Case-Study in Madeira Island

Author(s): Lucas Pereira, Jonathan Cavaleiro
Published in: IECON 2019 - 45th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, 2019

Energy Storage in Madeira, Portugal: Co-optimizing for Arbitrage, Self-Sufficiency, Peak Shaving and Energy Backup

Author(s): Hashmi, Md Umar; Pereira, Lucas; Bušic, Ana
Published in: 13th IEEE PES PowerTech Conference, Jun 2019, Milan, Italy, Issue 1, 2019

Understanding the challenges behind Electric Vehicle adoption by drivers - a case study in the Madeira Autonomous Region

Author(s): Luísa BarrosMary BarretoLucas Pereira
Published in: Proceedings of ICT4S 2020, 2020

Sizing and Profitability of Energy Storage for Prosumers in Madeira, Portugal