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Integrating community power in energy islands

Deliverables

Demonstration site movies 2

Demonstration site movie for one of the COMPILE pilot sites will be made, to spread out the word of COMPILE. The movie will include the elements from COMPILE media package. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Newsletters and Brochures 1

A newsletter will be made with the project news/work that was carried out in the first 6 months of the project. The newsletter will use the element from COMPILE media package. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Newsletters and Brochures 5

A newsletter will be made with the project news/work that was carried out from M24 to M30 of the project. The newsletter will use the element from COMPILE media package The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Newsletters and Brochures 4

A newsletter will be made with the project news/work that was carried out from M18 to M24 of the project. The newsletter will use the element from COMPILE media package. In addition, the 2nd COMPILE brochure, presenting the projects progress, will be made. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Newsletters and Brochures 3

A newsletter will be made with the project news/work that was carried out from M12 to M18 of the project. The newsletter will use the element from COMPILE media package. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Newsletters and Brochures 2

A newsletter will be made with the project news/work that was carried out from M6 to M12 of the project. The newsletter will use the element from COMPILE media package. In addition, the 1st COMPILE brochure, presenting the project, will be made. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

The Energy Community Toolkit

The deliverable is a online platfrom: the COMPILE Energy Community Toolkit (C-ECT) - which will bring together all the elements of the COMPILE Toolkit related to community management, and the development of EnCs. This toolkit will include new versions of documents produced by REScoop.eu and its partners, as part of various research project. Those documents will be also rationalized and integrated into a comprehensive toolbox. Related task: 5.2 and 4.1, includes Best Practice Report, Technical Tool Implementation Guide, Financing Guide and a Stakeholder Engagement Guide.

Demonstration site movies 1

Demonstration site movie for one of the COMPILE pilot sites will be made, to spread out the word of COMPILE. The movie will include the elements from COMPILE media package. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Demonstration site movies 4

Demonstration site movie for one of the COMPILE replication sites will be made, to spread out the word of COMPILE. The movie will include the elements from COMPILE media package. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Demonstration site movies 3

Demonstration site movie for one of the COMPILE pilot sites will be made, to spread out the word of COMPILE. The movie will include the elements from COMPILE media package. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Regulatory frameworks for EnC for pilot site countries - AT, ES, GR, PT, SI

The report is related to work done in Task 2.2 and will include overview of organisational and regulatory issues linked to use cases and pilot sites. It will also include overvew on roles of energy community actors (consumers, producers, grid operators, local authorities, energy market players etc.) in different types of LES (in terms of size, legal framework, organisational structure of energy/municipal sector, energy market rules).

Strategies for community-based managing of local energy consumption and production

This report will describe the control strategies needed to improve the coordinated energy consumption and production of the three full pilot sites. The selection of the most appropriate strategies will be done according to the pre-analysis of the available input data and technical characteristics of the controllable units. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T3.2.

Report on interoperability guidelines

The deliverable will provide the guidelines on interoperability, specifying the interfaces and routines of the COMPILE tools needed to cooperate, as defined in T2.4: Interoperability via common interfaces. The report provide the technical characteristics of different appliances and processes controlled by COMPILE products and assesment of their technical capability for involvement into controlled operation of the microgrid.

Models and techniques for optimal combination of local energy sources

The report will include a description of different models and techniques for optimal combination of local energy sources (wind, solar, gas, cogeneration, EVs, heating, cooling, etc.). The suitability analysis, modelling and calibration will be done for each pilot site. The overview of modelling and techniques will be done through literature overview and will also serve as a basis for T3.2. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T3.1.

Training Program report

The report will provide a summery of 5 COMPILE workshops with planned and carried out activities. It will also include best practices, methods, cons and pros for different approaches and lessons learned. Training materials will be added to the report. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T4.3

LES: Operational requirements, use cases and KPIs

The deliverable will contain results of T2.1 and T2.4: definition of energy island and identification of its specific characteristics; identification of use cases and applicable measures for optimisation of energy island’s operation; determination of KPIs for assessment of implementation of COMPILE system in LES.

System architecture

The deliverable will contain results of T2.3: architecture of COMPILE ICT system with description of components, their main functionalities, and interfaces. The architecture definition will be based on the European SGAM model (Smart Grid Architecture Model) defined by CEN-CENELEC-ETS. The report will contain the system and functional requirements for the EV charging architecture for all the COMPILE demo pilot sites.

Dissemination and Communication plan

The report will provide guidance to all dissemination and outreach activities that will be carried out. In addtion it will include a COMPILE media package which will contain a set of graphical/visual elements: logo and wordmark, web-design, icons, colours, fonts, style of images, presentation styles, etc whcih will be used to build up theCOMPILE Project Brand Identity. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T8.1.

Advanced models and technologies of local storage and electromobility

This report will show how to better integrate the storage and electromobility solutions in the local energy communities. It will include descripiton of the required models, strategies and algorithms to foster their utilization (with maximum consideration of EV user needs in terms of delivery of required energy in required time frame) within different levels of local energy network. The deliverable is related to the work done in task: T3.3.

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Publications

Are We on the Right Track? Collective Self-Consumption and Energy Communities in the European Union

Author(s): Dorian Frieden, Andreas Tuerk, Ana Rita Antunes, Vasilakis Athanasios, Alexandros-Georgios Chronis, Stanislas d’Herbemont, Mislav Kirac, Rita Marouço, Camilla Neumann, Esteban Pastor Catalayud, Niccolò Primo, Andrej Ferdo Gubina
Published in: Sustainability, 13/22, 2021, Page(s) 12494, ISSN 2071-1050
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su132212494

Photovoltaics Enabling Sustainable Energy Communities: Technological Drivers and Emerging Markets

Author(s): Alexandros-Georgios Chronis, Foivos Palaiogiannis, Iasonas Kouveliotis-Lysikatos, Panos Kotsampopoulos, Nikos Hatziargyriou
Published in: Energies, 14/7, 2021, Page(s) 1862, ISSN 1996-1073
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/en14071862

Energy Communities: How Tools Can Facilitate Their Enhancement

Author(s): Alessandra Cuneo, Pierre-Jacques Le Quellec,Tanguy Choné,Gabriele Comodi,Katerina Valalaki, Katerina Samari and Tomi Medved
Published in: Environmental Sciences Proceedings, 11/1, 2021, ISSN 2673-4931
Publisher: MPDI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/environsciproc2021011013

Pilot tariffing of citizen energy communities – simulations and real case study Luče

Author(s): Miran Rošer, Kristijan Koželj, Kos Anton, Leon Maruša, Vladislav Pintar, Marko Rezar, Dejan Verbovšek, Robert Kolar, Boštjan Turinek, Marko Timošek, Gorazd Štumberger, Primož Sukič, Gašper Artač, Borut Jereb, Igor Jan, Bojan Stojanović
Published in: 15th Slovenian Conference CIGRE-CIRED, 2021
Publisher: 15th Slovenian Conference CIGRE-CIRED

Island Operation of the Low Voltage Network Using Battery Energy Storage Systems

Author(s): Miran Rošer, Kristijan Koželj, Kos Anton, Leon Maruša, Vladislav Pintar, Marko Rezar, Dejan Verbovšek, Robert Kolar, Boštjan Turinek, Marko Timošek, Gorazd Štumberger, Primož Sukič, Gašper Artač, Borut Jereb, Igor Jan, Bojan Stojanović
Published in: 15th Slovenian Conference CIGRE-CIRED, 2021
Publisher: 15th Slovenian Conference CIGRE-CIRED

Energy Community Luče

Author(s): Gašper Artač, Borut Jereb, Andrej Gubina, Tomi Medved, Edin Lakić, Marjana Harej, Bojan Stojanović, Igor Jan, dr. Miran Rošer, Anton Kos, Kristijan Koželj, Leon Maruša, mag. Boštjan Turinek
Published in: 15th Slovenian Conference CIGRE-CIRED, 2021
Publisher: 15th Slovenian Conference CIGRE-CIRED

A Business Model Fast Track on Energy Communities—Key Lessons Learned from H2020 EU Projects

Author(s): Sylvia Breukers, Amanda Schibline, Guntram Pressmair, Jake Barnes, Marine Faber Perrio, Esteban Pastor Calatayud and Lucija Rakocevic
Published in: Environmental Sciences Proceedings, 11/1, 2021, ISSN 2673-4931
Publisher: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/environsciproc2021011019

Overview of emerging regulatory frameworks on collective self-consumption and energy communities in Europe

Author(s): Dorian Frieden, Andreas Tuerk, Josh Roberts, Stanislas D'Herbemont, Andrej F. Gubina, Benjamin Komel
Published in: 2019 16th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 2019, Page(s) 1-6, ISBN 978-1-7281-1257-2
Publisher: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/eem.2019.8916222

Energy Community Luče

Author(s): Borut Jereb, Gasper Artac
Published in: 2019 16th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 2019, Page(s) 1-4, ISBN 978-1-7281-1257-2
Publisher: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/eem.2019.8916361

Economies of Energy Communities – Review of electricity tariffs and business models. BRIDGE Energy Communities and self-consumption Task Force

Author(s): Tuerk, A. et. al.
Published in: 2021
Publisher: European Commission

Collective self-consumption and energy communities: Trends and challenges in the transposition of the EU framework

Author(s): Dorian Frieden, Andreas Tuerk, Camilla Neumann, Stanislas d'Herbemont, Josh Roberts
Published in: 2020
Publisher: COMPILE
DOI: 10.13140/rg.2.2.25685.04321

Collective self-consumption and energy communities: Overview of emerging regulatory approaches in Europe

Author(s): Dorian Frieden, Andreas Tuerk, Josh Roberts, Stanislas d'Herbemont, Andrej Gubina
Published in: 2019
Publisher: COMPILE

Assessment of self-consumption strategies for prosumers and energy communities in local energy systems

Author(s): Bence Szabolcs Ronai
Published in: 2020
Publisher: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - BarcelonaTech (UPC)

Analysis of the benefits fromself-consumption in Energy Communities: the study case of Crevillent

Author(s): Ana Isabel Gutiérrez Montoya
Published in: 2021
Publisher: Polytechnic University of Valencia

Economic analysis of solar power plants for energy self-supply

Author(s): Amela Sijarić
Published in: 2021
Publisher: Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Ljubljana