Report with findings and lessons learned from the SHAR-Q validation in the context of RES+EV synergy.
The report describes the recommendations for progress in regulations that has been identified in Task 2.2 and listed in D2.3.
Report with findings and lessons learned from the SHAR-Q validation in the context of distributed renewable. production.
The deliverable describes a detailed Business Model Canvas per target groups.
Recommendations and tools for strategic planning of optimal mixture of different types of distributed RES and EES at specific locations, based on local climatic conditions, that results in minimal unit-cost of energy.
The document will provide operational processes for collaboration of DER operators in line with valid professional processes for smart grid operation. An initial release will be delivered on M12.
Report including the findings and lessons learned from the integration of pilot with focus on distributed renewable production.
Report with findings and lessons learned from the SHAR-Q validation in the context of prosumers collaboration.
Release 2 of the report on Dissemination activities after the 2nd year of the project.
Report including the findings and lessons learned from the integration of pilot with focus on prosumers collaboration.
Resubmission of Procedural guides for collaboration of EES and RES operators reflecting the outcome of consultations with stakeholders.
The document will specify that technical requirements of the SHAR-Q interoperability/collaboration framework based on the business requirements and considering the identified barriers.
Document detailing the dissemination activities performed during the reporting period, it includes results obtained and recommends additional activities to improve dissemination. Releases for the document will be delivered at M12 and M24.
First complete release of SHAR-Q Collaboration Web components reflecting the outcome of consultations with stakeholders.
Release 4 of the SHAR-Q Collaboration Web components including the changes introduced at the validation activities.
Release 4 of the SHAR-Q Communication Server components including the changes introduced at the validation activities.
Description of validation environments and specification of the corresponding test scenarios.
Report including the findings and lessons learned from laboratory testing of the SHAR-Q gateway.
The delivery will specify the collaborative business models, that are derived from stakeholders drivers and motivations with taking into account theirs barriers for collaboration. Moreover, the deliverable will include the tailoring of business models to business requirement for collaboration of distributed DER operators.
The deliverable is consisting of the preliminary release of SHAR-Q Collaboration Web components with basic features.
The document will define the architecture of the SHAR-Q technology framework with its interfaces.
Update of Detailed Specification of the SHAR-Q Interfaces and Semantic Model with amendments after integration phase.
Update of Detailed Specification of the SHAR-Q Interfaces and Semantic Model with amendments after the development phase.
The deliverable will describe the approach and methodology of the SHAR-Q requirement elicitation process.
Release 3 of the SHAR-Q Collaboration Web components reflecting the outcome of integration activities.
The deliverable will provide the results of the analysis of drivers and barriers regarding collaboration of distributed energy ecosystem owners and operators, upon their elicitation.
Final report on Dissemination activities.
The deliverable is consisting of the preliminary release of SHAR-Q communication server with basic features.
The report will provide a snapshot information on the evolution of the selected standards and will identify and replace the missing block of information in their specifications.
Release 3 of the SHAR-Q Communication Server components reflecting the outcome of integration activities.
First complete release of SHAR-Q Communication Server components reflecting the outcome of consultations with stakeholders.
The deliverable will specify the technical and organizational prerequisites of the pilot sites that will need to be resolved before the demonstration of pilot use-cases.
Report including the findings and lessons learned from the integration of pilot with adaptive EV charging.
The document will provide a report on the validation of SHAR-Q processes and architecture with stakeholders with highlights on the most important findings, provided by stakeholders.
Document with the specification of SHAR-Q added-value services.
The document will build on analysis delivered in WP1 and define functional requirements which corresponds to the business requirements (T2.4). Regarding state-of-the-art standards in combination with functional requirements, the SHAR-Q interface will be defined.
The deliverable will provide a list of regulatory requirements that were identified as applicable regarding SHAR-Q processes and technologies.
Deliverable covering the main results and conclusions from the evaluation of SHAR-Q pilots and use cases from a twofold perspective: user experience (more qualitative and subjective) and performance (more objective and related to quantitative KPIs).
Release 2 of the SHAR-Q Open Interoperability Gateway API with sample adapters reflecting the outcome of integration activities.
At least certain services will be provided as public ones.
The services will target the challenges and opportunities raised by the widening spread of e-vehicles.
Release 3 of the SHAR-Q Open Interoperability Gateway API with sample adapters including the changes introduced at the validation activities.
The deliverable is consisting of API references (most likely javadoc) and libraries (most likely java ones), API source-codes and release notes for three major releases at M24 and M30.
The deliverable is a principal output of the project regarding the articulation of SHAR-Q business models.
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Author(s): Juan Rico, Daniel Calvo, Juan Sancho, Miguel Rodriguez, Martin Wagner, Andrea Rossi, Miguel Mateo
Published in: 2017 Twelfth International Conference on Ecological Vehicles and Renewable Energies (EVER), 2017, Page(s) 1-6, ISBN 978-1-5386-1692-5
Author(s): juan rico, martin wagner, ugo stecchi, guadalupe rodriguez, begoña molinete, uxuae goitia
Published in: Libro de comunicaciones del congres Smart Grid 2017, yearly, 2017, Page(s) 167-172, ISBN 978-1549-844645
Publisher: Grupo Tecmared
Author(s): Tatiana Loureiro, Juan Espeche, Meritxell Vinyals, Ugo Stecchi, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Dimosthenis Ioannidis, Davy Geysen
Published in: Proceedings, 20/1, 2019, Page(s) 5, ISSN 2504-3900
Publisher: MDPI AG