This identifies the data that should be subject of dissemination and exploitation activities. It also analyses the main data uses and users and explore the possible restrictions related to IPR and privacy issues.
It addresses the design of cooperative control algorithms to provide multiple ancillary service to the grid. This algorithm will serve as the outer control loop for the synchronisation algorithms from the MIGRATE project, thus allowing to provide additional services on top of synchronisation.
This deliverable outlines the project’s communication and dissemination activities, detailing the composition of the target groups and defining the communication tools and distribution channels to reach them.
“Critical review of current regulations concerning the market deployment and remuneration of storage in different countries of the EU”. The remuneration and economic viability of electricity storage as a key flexibility provider depends critically on the rules and regulations concerning short-term electricity markets such as balancing and Intraday markets, where even small differences concerning market organisation and bidding rules can make huge differences. An added issue is that there exists currently no European-wide harmonisation of regulations. The objective of the report is to develop first a unified conceptual framework through which the current rules and regulations governing storage can be analysed and then to present a critical reading of those regulations, country by country. The report will conclude with a number of recommendations concerning the provision of flexibility services through storage both at the country and the EU-level.
A generalized forecast error modelling method is proposed including error descriptions for wind, photovoltaic generation and load at a European scale. The method will account for space-time correlations. The deliverable documents the developed methodology, which will be released in the public domain.
All the functionalities regarding the frequency control, voltage control and synthetic inertia that the solution have to deliver in normal operation and in the event of contingencies, to reduce the impact of the variations of the production of RES, reduce the load shedding after contingency, congestion management and oscillation damping.
Description of the target mechanism and concept of FlexEnergy dispatch market including control system architecture and specifications for the associated computer-based tools that will enable (i) close to real-time assessment of cross border exchange capability (ii) creation of bids for inter and intra-control area bidding platform and (iii) supply/demand matching of bids in such a way that maximisation of social welfare is achieved in a given time interval.
This deliverable will describe the specifications of the demonstrations that will be carried out on EPFL site and on RTE “RingoLab” site. It will include the objectives of each demonstration, the considered test cases, the performance metrics that will be used to assess the results and the test protocols. The metering and data logging infrastructure will also be described.
The scenarios will be based on well-established scenarios (e.g. e-Highway2050, ENTSO-E-SOAF , etc.) and will mainly cover generation, consumption and interconnection levels within/between countries for the years 2030 and 2050.
detailed Project Management Plan with a Gantt chart and a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), to be completed at a very early stage of the project M2 and updated on M18 and M36
For each technology, linked to families of flexibility options, technical and cost data will be provided: these estimates will be given with uncertainty ranges – most favourably offering a connection to installation levels (“learning rates”).
The deliverable will summarize the results of the analysis of DSR and RES flexibilities available in the WP5 demo site and include the specification of power electronic devices necessary to provide ancillary services to the grid, also for the case of multiservice provision.
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Author(s): Emil Namor, Fabrizio Sossan, Rachid Cherkaoui, Mario Paolone
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