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MARKET ENABLING INTERFACE TO UNLOCK FLEXIBILITY SOLUTIONS FOR COST-EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF SMARTER DISTRIBUTION GRIDS

Leistungen

Scalability and Replicability analysis of the EUniversal solutions

The aim of this deliverable is to assess the potential for scaling-up and replication of the solutions demonstrated within the project, i.e. what would be the expected outcome should the proposed solutions be implemented elsewhere and/or at a larger scale. The deliverable refers to task 10.3.

Business model canvas and comparison CBA methodologies

The aim of this deliverable is to identify the business model archetypes that are emerging and to list the real and perceived barriers to the development of these businesses and to map the CBA in terms of inputs and properties of the model used to calculate the outputs The deliverable refers to task 101

Evaluation of market mechanisms from a multi-stakeholder perspective

The aim of this deliverable is to analyse from a multistakeholder perspective the selected market mechanisms defined in T51 taking into account the possible market biases as discussed in T52 and T53 The results of T 54 will support the roadmap in T104 The deliverable refers to task 54

Coordination with EU-funded projects, Participatory Processes and training

The aim of this deliverable is to analyse together policy relevant issues and obstacles for novel initiatives in terms of regulation, business models, data management and consumer engagement in order to foster knowledge exchange and dissemination. The deliverable refers to task 11.3.

Demonstration results assessment and conclusions

The aim of this deliverable is to analyse and validate the results from the demonstrator and to describe the conditions for the use of different flexibilities types in low and medium voltage level to support WP4 and WP5 in DE DEMO. The deliverable refers to task 8.3.

Identification of relevant market mechanisms for the procurement of flexibility needs and grid services

The aim of this deliverable is to describe appropriate market mechanisms for the procurement of different flexibility services. The deliverable will provide input to T2.2 for definition of the BUCs and to T2.4 for the alignment of the platform specifications and the selected market mechanisms. The deliverable refers to task 5.1.

Characterisation of current network regulation and market rules that will shape future markets

The aim of this deliverable is to identify the relevant policy and regulatory initiatives and proposals, both at EU and national level that may have a significant impact on the long-term evolution of the EU system, considering The Clean Energy Package contents, the Integrated National Energy and Climate plans. This task will analyse in detail at least 5 EU target countries (Portugal, Germany, Poland, Spain, and Belgium) showing a wide range of grid and market contexts, as well as other relevant initiatives and best practices identified for other European countries. The information gathered and processed will be used in DEMOs. The deliverable refers to task 1.1.

Flexibility Toolbox

The aim of this deliverable is to identify the most promising relevant technologies to group them according to their attributes, (flexibility at short, medium or long term; installation at customer, distribution and transmission level). As a result, the task will provide a toolbox with the main attributes of each technology and systems for different locations and flexibility needs to be identified by the relevant DSOs. The deliverable refers to task 3.1.

Business Use Cases to unlock flexibility service provision

The aim of this deliverable is to work on the definition of an open set of business use cases, to be demonstrated in WP7, WP8 and WP9. The business use cases will use a role model that will amongst others, include the different roles of DSOs, notably as neutral market facilitators, data managers and third-party relationship manager, particularly in their relations with market players, TSOs and consumers. The deliverable refers to task 2.2.

Methodology and scenarios for the EUniversal Scalability and Replicability Analysis

The aim of this deliverable is to develop a methodology and scenarios for the EUniversal Scalability and Replicability Analysis The deliverable refers to task 101

Methodology for dynamic distribution grid tariffs

The aim of this deliverable is to define a methodology for the design of dynamic distribution grid tariffs that take into account the individual preferences of the end consumer The results of this analysis will be used to design a methodology for dynamic distribution network tariffs that should be able to mitigate both shortterm and longterm congestions The deliverable refers to task 52

Roadmap - strategy for the further deployment of the EUniversal solutions

The aim of this deliverable is to provide a vision and strategy in the form of a roadmap for the future deployment of algorithms, tools and services demonstrated within EUniversal that support a stable, secure and efficient functioning of the distribution grid with high shares of RES. The roadmap will identify a coherent set of key results and main project messages to be exploited. The deliverable refers to task 10.4.

Mapping of research and demonstration initiatives on future electricity grids and markets

The aim of this deliverable is to identify the relevant initiatives, assess their available outcomes and obtain the relevant information for being used in the construction of a common future vision, participating in the different working groups of the BRIDGE initiative. The deliverable refers to task 1.2.

Specifications and guidelines of tools for an Active LV grid for field testing

The aim of this deliverable is to select the specific LV grid where the demonstrator will take place and to prepare the LV Grid for an enhanced observability Besides the requirements of the tools and systems developed in WP4 will be developed in close collaboration between WP4 and WP8 The deliverable refers to task 81

Techno-economic optimisation assessment framework

The aim of this deliverable is to assess the service specifications minimum bid size duration notification time etc of flexibility that match the distribution grid necessities and the cooperation with TSO It will provide key inputs for the definition of flexibility services and products regarding the tendering procedures and prequalification criteria that could be used in order to have a technologyneutral approach to flexibility procurement at DSO level The deliverable refers to task 32

Flexibility adequacy assessment using the D3.2 framework

The aim of this deliverable is to implement a systemlevel assessment framework for the provision of flexibility services from individual and aggregated DERs The output of this flexibility assessment will be a technoeconomic optimisation framework for optimal definition of the type eg voltage and congestion management duration and general characteristics of different flexibility services The deliverable refers to task 33

Definition KPI for DEMOs

The aim of this deliverable is to define some specific KPIs for the project's DEMOs and to provide regular pre-evaluation of the DEMOs activities based on these KPIs, in prevision of T7.3, T8.3 and T9.3. The deliverable refers to task 6.2.

Regulatory recommendations

The aim of this deliverable is to analyse the regulatory framework for the use of flexibility at the distribution level via connection agreements flexibility markets distribution tariffs or rulebased network regulation The expected results are a set of regulatory recommendations for the obstacles to innovation under the current context and future market design context The deliverable refers to task 102

Guidelines on social awareness

The aim of this deliverable is to discover the contribution of the project to the society through the analysis of the social aspects, determining both qualitatively and quantitatively the impact of the contributions related to the new energy system paradigm. The deliverable refers to task 11.4.

Implications for flexibility services and market mechanisms in a peer-to-peer market setting

The aim of this deliverable is to analyse the applicability of the proposed flexibility products services T21 and market mechanisms T51 in a peertopeer market context The mechanisms will be used in the largescale demonstration The deliverable refers to task 53

Challenges and opportunities for electricity grids and markets

The aim of this deliverable is to collect the inputs from the previous two tasks in order to define a long-term visions beyond 2030 characterizing the challenges and opportunities of distribution grids and electricity markets (technologies, stakeholders, business models, regulation, market design) in a decentralized, decarbonized and digitalized power system. This challenges will be taken into account in the DEMOs to implement those elements aligned with them. The deliverable refers to task 1.2.

Validation report and results of UMEI concept test

The aim of this deliverable is to validate the results and to align the main findings with previous projects and to describe the conditions for the use of flexibility in LV and MV making use of the UMEI in PL DEMO. The deliverable refers to task 9.3.

UMEI API management and documentation

The aim of this deliverable is to define UMEI API management procedure The procedure will be used during the largescale demonstration The deliverable refers to task 21 22 23 24

Validation and results of UMEI concept test, data collection and Demo results assessment report

The aim of this deliverable is to validate the results and to align the main findings with previous projects and to describe the conditions for the use of flexibility in LV and MV making use of the UMEI in PT DEMO. The deliverable refers to task 7.3.

Data Management Plan

The aim of this deliverable is to specify what data will be open detailing what data the project will generate whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and reuse and how it will be curated and preserved A first version will be submitted in M6 und further updates will be done until M42

Workshops / Training sessions

The aim of this deliverable is to gather the actions carried out in workshops or in project training sessions to disseminate the project results. The deliverable refers to task 11.1.

Web site creation

The aim of this deliverable is to create a specific website for the project to collect all communication actions to show the results using several tools adapted for its target groups, languages and the use of appropriate channels communication. The deliverable refers to task 11.2.

Veröffentlichungen

"""Incorporating Mobile Energy Resources in Optimal Power Flow Models Considering Geographical and Road Network Data,"""

Autoren: M. Lotfi, B. V. Venkatasubramanian, I. Papadopoulos and M. Panteli
Veröffentlicht in: 2022 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2022 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe), 2022
Herausgeber: 2022 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2022 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe),
DOI: 10.1109/eeeic/icpseurope54979.2022.9854608

DLR AS THE TOOL FOR PROVIDING FLEXIBILITY SERVICES IN THE DISTRIBUTION NETWORK

Autoren: · Adam Babs · Tomasz SAMOTYJAK, · Marcin TARASIUK · Sławomir NOSKE
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: CIRED
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10512730

"""On Machine Learning-Based Techniques for Future Sustainable and Resilient Energy Systems,"""

Autoren: J. Wang, P. Pinson, S. Chatzivasileiadis, M. Panteli, G. Strbac and V. Terzija
Veröffentlicht in: IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy, 2022
Herausgeber: IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy
DOI: 10.1109/tste.2022.3194728

Flexible and curtailable resource activation in a distribution network using nodal sensitivities

Autoren: Md Umar Hashmi, Arpan Koirala, Hakan Ergun, Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: 2021
Herausgeber: 4th International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and Technologies (SEST) (SEST)
DOI: 10.1109/sest50973.2021.9543215

"""Scalability Analysis of Convex Relaxation Methods for Branch Flow AC Optimal Power Flow,"""

Autoren: B. V. Venkatasubramanian, M. Lotfi, M. Panteli, M. S. Javadi and L. M. Carvalho
Veröffentlicht in: 2022 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2022 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe), 2022
Herausgeber: 2022 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2022 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe)
DOI: 10.1109/eeeic/icpseurope54979.2022.9854697

The Role of Interoperable, Agnostic and Flexibility Enabling Interfaces for DSO and System Coordination

Autoren: Pedro Marques, João Falcão , Susete Albuquerque, Ricardo Bessa, Clara Gouveia, David Rua, Helena Gerard, Kris Kessels, Kirsten Glennung, Antonello Monti, José Pablo Chaves
Veröffentlicht in: 2021
Herausgeber: CIRED • International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2021)
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5571857

VOLTAGE REGULATION IN THE LV NETWORK WITH VARIABLE GENERATION BASED ON ONLINE MEASUREMENTS FROM SMART METERS WITH THE USE OF THE ON-LOAD TAP CHANGER

Autoren: · Adam Babs · Łukasz Kajda · Sławomir Noske · Mirosław Matusewicz
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: CIRED
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10512598

Flexible and curtailable resource activation in three-phase unbalanced distribution networks

Autoren: Md Umar Hashmi, Arpan Koirala, Hakan Ergun, & Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: 2022
Herausgeber: Electric Power Systems Research
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6557567

THE EUNIVERSAL PORTUGUESE DEMONSTRATOR: FROM MV-LV COORDINATED IDENTIFICATION OF FLEXIBILITY NEEDS TO ACTIVATION THROUGH THE UMEI

Autoren: • Rita Lopes Mourão • Clara Gouveia • Gil Sampaio • Fábio Retora • Christian Merckx • Ferés Benotham • André Águas • Pedro Boto • Carlos Damas Silva • Geza Milzer • G. Marzano • G. Dumont • Pierrer Crucifix • M. Kaffash • E. Heylen
Veröffentlicht in: 27th International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2023), 2023
Herausgeber: 27th International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2023), 2023 p. 801 – 805
DOI: 10.1049/icp.2023.0518

Smart Secondary Substation as the source of the flexibility services

Autoren: Adam Babś, Łukasz Kajda, Mirosław Matusewicz, Sławomir Noske, Dominik Falkowski
Veröffentlicht in: 2021
Herausgeber: CIRED 2021 - The 26th International Conference and Exhibition on Electricity Distribution
DOI: 10.1049/icp.2021.1716

A modern MV / LV substation as a tool for provide flexibility services

Autoren: 1. Adam BABŚ, 2. Łukasz KAJDA, 3. Marcin TARASIUK, 4. Mirosław MATUSEWICZ
Veröffentlicht in: 2022
Herausgeber: PRZEGLĄD ELEKTROTECHNICZNY
DOI: 10.15199/48.2022.03.07

Electrical vehicles - grid integration issues and solutions

Autoren: Gerd Küpper, François Promel, Féres Benothman, Leonel Carvalho, Rafal Magulski
Veröffentlicht in: 2022
Herausgeber: CIRED Porto Workshop 2022: E-mobility and power distribution systems
DOI: 10.1049/icp.2022.0786

"“""A Multi-Temporal Optimal Power Flow Model for Normal and Contingent Operation of Microgrids"

Autoren: M. S. Javadi, C. S. Gouveia and L. M. Carvalho
Veröffentlicht in: 2022 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2022 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe),, 2022, Seite(n) 1-6, ISBN 978-1-6654-8537-1
Herausgeber: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/eeeic/icpseurope54979.2022.9854741

Estimation of congestion component of LMP using only local measurements for flexibility markets

Autoren: • Md Umar Hashmi • Arpan Koirala • Hakan Ergun • Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: International Conference on European Energy Markets ((EEM))
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7940509

MARKET-BASED FLEXIBILITY SERVICES FOR CONGESTION MANAGEMENT - A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH USING THE EXAMPLE OF GERMAN DISTRIBUTION GRIDS

Autoren: • Brummund David • Milzer, Gesa • D'HULST, Reinhilde • Kratsch, Paul • Hashmi, Md Umar • Adam, Louise • Sampaio, Gil • Kaffash, Mahtab
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: CIRED
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.8120439

THE UMEI - UNIVERSAL MARKET ENABLING INTERFACE. ENABLING STANDARD INTERACTION WITH VARIOUS FLEXIBILITY MARKETS TO PROCURE GRID SERVICES

Autoren: • Damas Silva, Carlos • Milzer, Gesa • Debray, Arnaud • Kaffash, Mahtab • SÆTRE, Narve • Dumont, Chloé • Heylen, Evelyn • EIDE, Øystein Dyvik • Marzano, Giancarlo
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: Cired
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.8138540

Machine learning based identification and mitigation of vulnerabilities in distribution systems against natural hazards

Autoren: • Balaji V Venkatasubramanian • M Lotfi1 • Pierluigi Mancarella • A. Águas • M. Javadi • L. Carvalho • C. Gouveia • Mathaios Panteli
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: CIRED
DOI: 10.1049/icp.2023.0985

Evaluation of voltage magnitude based unbalance metric for low voltage distribution networks

Autoren: Md Umar Hashmi, Arpan Koirala, Rickard Lundholm, Hakan Ergun, Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: 2022
Herausgeber: 2022 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (GM)
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6171009

MV network maintenance planning decision support tool considering flexibility of DER

Autoren: • B. Tavares • J. Pereira • C. Gouveia • Retorta, Fábio • Rita Lopes Mourão • Miguel Louro
Veröffentlicht in: 27th International Conference on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2023), Ausgabe 12-15 June 2023, 2023, Seite(n) 2416-2420, ISBN 978-1-83953-855-1
Herausgeber: 2022 18th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM22)
DOI: 10.1049/icp.2023.1252

EUNIVERSAL’S SMART GRID SOLUTIONS FOR THE COORDINATED OPERATION & PLANNING OF MV AND LV NETWORKS WITH HIGH EV INTEGRATION

Autoren: Gil Sampaio, Clara Gouveia, Ricardo Bessa, Jose Villar, Fábio Retorta, Leonel Carvalho, Christian Merckx, Féres Benothman, François Promel, Mathaios Panteli, Rita Lopes Mourão, Miguel Louro, André Águas, Pedro Marques
Veröffentlicht in: 2022
Herausgeber: CIRED Porto Workshop 2022: E-mobility and power distribution systems
DOI: 10.1049/icp.2022.0881

“Optimal Power Flow Solution for Distribution Networks using Quadratically Constrained Programming and McCormick Relaxation Technique

Autoren: M. S. Javadi, C. S. Gouveia, L. M. Carvalho and R. Silva
Veröffentlicht in: 2021 IEEE International Conference on Environment and Electrical Engineering and 2021 IEEE Industrial and Commercial Power Systems Europe (EEEIC / I&CPS Europe), 2021, ISBN 978-1-6654-3613-7
Herausgeber: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/eeeic/icpseurope51590.2021.9584627

Flexibility needs assessment for distribution networks

Autoren: • Md Umar Hashmi • Arpan Koirala • Hakan Ergun • Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7725668

Flexibility services based on flexible features of the power network infrastructure and on optimal RES utilization

Autoren: · Adam Babs
Veröffentlicht in: 2023
Herausgeber: Zenodo
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10013315

From “Fit and Forget” to “Flex or Regret” in Distribution Grids: Dealing With Congestion in European Distribution Grids

Autoren: Beckstedde, E., and Meeus, L.
Veröffentlicht in: IEEE Power and Energy Magazine, 2023, ISSN 1540-7977
Herausgeber: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
DOI: 10.1109/mpe.2023.3269545

“Quantifying the Difference Between Resilience and Reliability in the Operation Planning of Mobile Resources for Power Distribution Grids.”

Autoren: Lotfi, Mohamed, Mathaios Panteli, Balaji V. Venkatasubramanian, Mohammad S. Javadi, Leonel M. Carvalho, and Clara S. Gouveia
Veröffentlicht in: Resilience Findings, Ausgabe 26528800, 2022, ISSN 2652-8800
Herausgeber: Findings
DOI: 10.32866/001c.37534

Robust flexibility needs assessment with bid matching framework for distribution network operators

Autoren: • Md Umar Hashmi • Arpan Koirala • Hakan Ergun • Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks (SEGAN), 2023, ISSN 2352-4677
Herausgeber: Elsevier Limited
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7940476

“Conditional parametric model for sensitivity factors in LV grids: A privacy-preserving approach

Autoren: Gil Sampaio, Ricardo J. Bessa, Carla Gonçalves, Clara Gouveia
Veröffentlicht in: Electric Power Systems Research, Ausgabe 03787796, 2022, Seite(n) 108316, ISSN 0378-7796
Herausgeber: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.epsr.2022.108316

A bilevel model to study inc-dec games at the TSO-DSO interface. IEEE Transactions on Energy Markets, Policy and Regulation.

Autoren: Beckstedde, E., Meeus, L. and Delarue, E.,
Veröffentlicht in: IEEE Transactions on Energy Markets, Policy and Regulation ( Volume: 1, Ausgabe: 4, December 2023), 2023, Seite(n) 430 - 440, ISSN 2771-9626
Herausgeber: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/tempr.2023.3292425

Characterization of TSO and DSO Grid System Services and TSO-DSO Basic Coordination Mechanisms in the Current Decarbonization Context

Autoren: Ricardo Silva, Everton Alves, Ricardo Ferreira, José Villar, Clara Gouveia
Veröffentlicht in: Energies, Ausgabe 14/15, 2021, Seite(n) 4451, ISSN 1996-1073
Herausgeber: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/en14154451

Can locational disparity of prosumer energy optimization due to inverter rules be limited?

Autoren: • Md Umar Hashmi • Deepjyoti Deka • Ana Bušić • Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2022, ISSN 0885-8950
Herausgeber: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
DOI: 10.1109/tpwrs.2022.3223842

Perspectives on Distribution Network Flexible and Curtailable Resource Activation and Needs Assessment

Autoren: • Md Umar Hashmi • Arpan Koirala • Hakan Ergun • Dirk Van Hertem
Veröffentlicht in: Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks, 2023, ISSN 0093-9994
Herausgeber: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
DOI: 10.1109/tia.2023.3243890

Consensus based phase connectivity identification for distribution network with limited observability

Autoren: • Md Umar Hashmi1 • David Brummund2 • Rickard Lundholm1 • Arpan Koirala1 • Dirk Van Hertem1
Veröffentlicht in: Sustainable Energy, Grids and Networks (SEGAN), 2023, ISSN 2352-4677
Herausgeber: Elsevier Limited
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7940488

EUniversal: The universal market enabling interface (UMEI) as a way to unlock flexibility solutions for cost-effective management of smarter distribution grids.

Autoren: Tiago Simão; José M. Terras; Clara Gouveia; Helena Gerard; Leonardo Meeus; Carmen Calpe; Noske Slawomir; Thomas Otuszewski; Rafael C. Arín; Florian Gonzalez
Veröffentlicht in: IET Journals, Ausgabe Volume 2020, Ausgabe 1, 2020, Seite(n) 634-637, ISSN 2515-0855
Herausgeber: CIRED 2020
DOI: 10.1049/oap-cired.2021.0149

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