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Tools for the Design and modelling of new markets and negotiation mechanisms for a ~100% Renewable European Power Systems

Risultati finali

D5.2 - Performance assessment of current and new market designs and trading mechanisms for Local Energy Communities (Case Study A)

This report will present and analyse the results obtained with the current and new markets designs for Local Energy CommunitiesM31 upd at M42

D6.2.1 - User guide for TradeRES models and tools

This report includes the material edited as part of the tutorials and webinarsM25 upd at M41

D3.2 - Characterization of new flexible players

Report with detailed technical and economic characterization of the behaviour and capabilities of actors in the electricity market, to be used to parametrize the simulation models in WP4. [M17 upd. at M36]

D2.2 - A description of improvements in the system optimization models used in the TradeRES project

This report describes the improvements made to the system optimization models that are needed to produce stateoftheart reference scenarios for the market design performance evaluation This report describes how to use TradeRES optimization models database

D4.4 - New forecast tools to enhance the value of VRE on the electricity markets

In this report the implementation of new forecasting techniques and time synergies is explainedM21 upd at M41

D6.2.2 - Tutorial and webinar edited material

This report includes the material edited as part of the tutorials and webinarsM27 upd at M43

D3.3 - Design of ancillary service markets and products

Report with proposed design of ancillary service markets and products that match the needs of a high-RES power system.

D3.4 - Market design choices for efficient sector integration

Report with a proposed design of prices for energy, flexibility and CO2 emissions that allow for efficient sector coupling

D7.4 - Dissemination Activity Report

This document reports the dissemination activities of all project partners. [M13 upd. at M25, M37 and M48]

D4.2.1 - New actor types in electricity market simulation models

This report explains findings from subtask 421 namely the new type of actors integrated in the market simulation modelsM19 upd at M29

D4.1.1 -Temporal flexibility options in electricity market simulation models

Report covering the model enhancements of subtask 411 with respect to temporal flexibility options

D3.5 - Market design for a reliable ~100% renewable electricity system

Report with a set of rules and regulations that fully describe a (near) completely decarbonized power market. These rules will be modelled in WP4 and WP5; the interim results of WP5 will be used to update the design in this deliverable. [M12 upd. At M36 and M41]

D4.1.3 - Spatial flexibility options in electricity market simulation models

Report describing the integration of spatial flexibility options into models as performed in subtask 413

D3.1 - Performance specifications for a ~ 100% RES system

Report with the technical and economic specifications for a new market design, based on the simulations in WP2.

D5.3 - Performance assessment of current and new market designs and trading mechanisms for National and Regional Markets

This report will present and analyse the results obtained with the current and new markets designs of the nationalregional case studies TNO will contribute with the results of Dutch case study B DLR with the results of the German Case study C and ISEP with the output of the Iberian Portugal and Spain Case Study C markets LNEG will consolidate and be the editor of the deliverableM34 upd at M43

D2.3 - How to use TradeRES optimization models database

This report describes how to use TradeRES optimization models database

D4.2.2 - New market designs in electricity market simulation models

Implementations in the market models in subtask 422 will be featured in this reportM19 upd at M29

D4.3.2 - Principles and usage of a multi-simulation electricity market tool

The design principles and features of the newly developed multi-model simulation tool will be covered in this report. The report will be updated biannually to cover recent developments. [M11 upd. At M41 ]

D4.1.2 - Sectoral flexibility options in electricity market simulation models

This report explains implementations of subtask 412 namely the integration of sectoral flexibilities in market simulation models

D7.1 - Project website

Public website, which will include a list of TradeRES contractual publications (of public access), events, news, etc.

D7.3 - TradeRES Data Management Plan DMP Report

"This document reports the data management plan of the project, including the informed consent procedures as required by the ESR. ""In case personal data are transferred from the EU to a non-EU country or international organisation, the consortium confirms that such transfers are in accordance with Chapter V of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, must be submitted with the Data Management Plan"""

D2.1-A database of TradeRES scenarios

This report includes common data on forecasted technological progress, policy scenarios, sector coupling and other related parameters and costs. The database will be modified as needed during the project, but the first edition will be due in month 9. [M9 upd. at M32]

Pubblicazioni

Multiagent Simulation of Demand Flexibility Integration in Local Energy Markets

Autori: Tiago Pinto, Nathalia Boeno, Zita Vale, Everthon Sica
Pubblicato in: E3S Web of Conferences, Numero 239, 2021, Pagina/e 00010, ISSN 2267-1242
Editore: E3S
DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/202123900010

Ancillary services in Great Britain during the COVID-19 lockdown: A glimpse of the carbon-free future

Autori: Luis Badesa, Goran Strbac, Matt Magill, Biljana Stojkovska
Pubblicato in: Applied Energy, Numero 285, 2021, Pagina/e 116500, ISSN 0306-2619
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2021.116500

The Role of Local Citizen Energy Communities in the Road to Carbon-Neutral Power Systems: Outcomes from a Case Study in Portugal

Autori: Hugo Algarvio
Pubblicato in: Volume 4, Numero 1, 2021, ISSN 2624-6511
Editore: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/smartcities4020043

Decarbonization of Electricity Systems in Europe: Market Design Challenges

Autori: Goran Strbac, Dimitrios Papadaskalopoulos, Nikolaos Chrysanthopoulos, Ana Estanqueiro, Hugo Algarvio, Fernando Lopes, Laurens de Vries, German Morales-Espana, Jos Sijm, Ricardo Hernandez-Serna, Juha Kiviluoma, Niina Helisto
Pubblicato in: IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, Numero 19/1, 2021, Pagina/e 53-63, ISSN 1540-7977
Editore: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
DOI: 10.1109/mpe.2020.3033397

"""Strategic Operation of Hydroelectric Power Plants in Energy Markets: A Model and a Study on the Hydro-Wind Balance"""

Autori: Algarvio, Hugo; Lopes, Fernando and Santana, João
Pubblicato in: Fluids, Numero 5 (4), 209, 2020, ISSN 2311-5521
Editore: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/fluids5040209

Impact of operational details and temporal representations on investment planning in energy systems dominated by wind and solar

Autori: Niina Helistö, Juha Kiviluoma, Germán Morales-España, Ciara O’Dwyer
Pubblicato in: Applied Energy, Numero 290, 2021, Pagina/e 116712, ISSN 0306-2619
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2021.116712

Optimisation for Coalitions Formation Con-sidering the Fairness in Flexibility Market Participation

Autori: Ricardo Faia, Tiago Pinto, Fernando Lezama, Zita Vale, Juan Manuel Corchado
Pubblicato in: 3rd In-ternational Conference on Renewable Energy (ICREN 2020),, 2020
Editore: ICREN

"""Impacto da integração em larga escala de ca-pacidade solar fotovoltaica nos preços do mibel: análise da re-muneração das centrais fotovoltaicas em ambiente de mercado"" (in Portuguese)."

Autori: Couto A., Algarvio H., Lopes F., Estanqueiro A. https://doi.org/10.34637/cies2020.1.1006
Pubblicato in: CIES2020 - XVII Congresso Ibérico e XIII Congresso Ibero-americano de Energia Solar, 2020
Editore: LNEG
DOI: 10.34637/cies2020.1.1006

"""Multia-gent Simulation of Demand Flexibility Integration in Local Ener-gy Markets"""

Autori: Tiago Pinto, Nathalia Boeno, Zita Vale, Everthon Sica
Pubblicato in: 3rd International Conference on Renewable Energy ( ICREN 2020), 2020
Editore: ICREN

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