This deliverable will identify enabling technologies applicable to incentivize consumers participation to energy marketplace in order to make consumer flexibility available for TSO and DSO. For some of those, identified as high potential game-changer technologies, related requirements and correspondent specification will be defined for the application in the context of the pan-European platform for flexibility services. This deliverable is linked to task 2.6.
These three deliverables will be annual reports on the activities of the Stakeholder Forum (SF) in this project. The first one (7.3.1) will be delivered on M18 and report on the establishment and first six month of activities of the SF. The second (7.3.2) and third ones (7.3.3) will be delivered respectively on M30 and M42 and report on the activities of the two last years of activities of the SF. These deliverables are linked to task 7.3.
This deliverable will provide a simulation-based evaluation of the missing links - which could not be tested in the demonstrators - in the identified relevant combinations of products for grid services and coordination scheme(s) in terms of economic and technical KPIs and will thus complement the evaluation provided within D6.1. It is linked to task 6.2.
This report described the corrective actions for handling the errors identified in the Phase 1 testing.
This deliverable will report on lessons learned, bug fixes and adjustments in products and routines in the test demonstration that will be used in large-scale demonstration. This is linked to T4.5.
This deliverable will coordinate the procurement schemes for different products considering the nature of the product including the specification of technical requirements, the existing market platforms and regulatory framework. The overall system architecture will be defined for the different demos. This deliverable is linked with the different demos’ specifications tasks: T3.2, T4.2 and T5.2.
This deliverable consists in creating the project website, specifying the public and private interfaces, access to the different deliverables and presentations, management of internal and external communication channels, among other functionalities.
This deliverable will specify the data models and formal data exchnages in processes dealing with market communications and operational planing systems. It will formally cover the payloads and non functional requirements imposed by the aspect of energy services procurement.
This deliverable aims to provide an agreement between the CoordiNET project and the other project selected in the same call topic, namely the INTERRFACE project, on complementarity to develop and potential overlap to avoid in the conduct of the two projects. This deliverable will pave the way for D7.2.2 and D7.2.3. It is linked to task 7.2.
This deliverable will provide the main guidelines for the Demonstration Leaders to recruit end used as well to distribute cascading funds.
The deliverable includes description of Business Use Cases for each Demonstration site according to the selected coordination scheme. The description will be based on the IEC 92559 standard.
This deliverable includes the results of the Phase 1 testing activities. The evaluation will consider the evaluation plan prepared in task 5.1. The main goal of this phase is to identify errors and bugs of the software
This deliverable will provide a detailed description of the coordination schemes and the standardised products that will be tested in the demonstration sites.
The deliverable will define the requirements for building the aggregation and disaggregation algorithms to be used by aggregators in the context of the pan-European platform for ancillary services. It should contain minimum requirements, desirable requirements and optional requirements. It is linked to task 2.4.
This deliverable will list the main technical characteristics of DER related to be considered in the development of services and products of CoordiNET
The demonstration plan includes all the necessary details for the development and deployment of the solutions, the user engagement plan and the evaluation plan. More specific it includes 4 section: - Overview of Demo, Architecture Definition and Objectives Definitions - Detailed Demonstration Plan - User Engagement Plan, Privacy Monitoring and Crisis - Evaluation Plan
The deliverable will list the Key Performance indicators for each demo site following the EEGI methodology. The evaluation will cover technical, environmental and economic aspects.
D8.5 – Protections of Personal Data This deliverable will be defined for the Protection of Personal Data of all the members of the consortium that form the CoordiNet Project
This deliverable will collect the main points of the periodic meetings during the project. The objective of these coordination meetings (also called BRIDGE Initiative) is to gather information from other EU projects on the Smart Grid demonstration. This deliverable is linked to task 7.6
This deliverable will describe the current markets mechanisms and regulatory framework of the different areas involved in the project at both national level as well as the European-wide initiatives, including proposals and new legislation: Clean Energy Package, Network Codes, and Regional Initiatives. Furthermore, this deliverable will contrast the state-of the art proposals to improve the status-quo in the collaboration between TSOs and DSOs. This deliverable will be link with other tasks, mainly T.1.3 and T2.1.
This deliverable will describe the technical specification of the Spanish demos to evaluate the different coordination schemes, including the services that will be tested, the software and hardware functionalities, control and communication requirements. Furthermore, it will include the network specificities and tasks that will be carried out by TSOs and DSOs. Finally, it will specific the KPIs and case studies for the different locations and services. This deliverable is linked with the rest of tasks of WP3
This deliverable presents results from the first demo run about functionality, products, customer recruitment, software and hardware performance. This is linked to T 4.4
To be updated
This deliverable will be based on deliverable 7.2.1, and on the existing assumptions, findings and recommendations expected by the two projects. It aims to draft a first structure and propose some ideas of content for the final position paper co-drafted with the INTERRFACE project. It is linked to task 7.2.
This report includes a description of the activities related to the hardware deployment including problems in the installations and their corrective actions.
This deliverable will list the generic requirements for the monitoring of distribution and transmission network monitoring. Furthermore these tool will assist the operators to quantify the needs of flexibility
This deliverable will present the communication and dissemination plan, including the creation of a project website and social media announcements, detailed list of conferences and scientific publications where the different activities are expected to present the most relevant results. Target groups workshop and stakeholders meetings will be key to put forward the main results. This deliverable sets the communication strategies for the whole project. A preliminary individual exploitation plan will be included.
This deliverable will describe site specific product portfolio to be used in the four demonstration sites (including contracts, routines and business models). This deliverable is linked to T1
This deliverable will Manage the Data. Data Management Plan is a structural activity that identifies the data that should be the subject of dissemination and exploitation activities. This deliverable will include, Publications and Repository of demo data. This deliverable is linked to task 7.5
This deliverable will provide a first list of results after the first testing phase. This deliverable will identify all the equipment and software tools developed. This deliverable is linked to task 3.4
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