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Bringing flexibility provided by multi energy carrier integration to a new MAGNITUDE

Deliverables

Technology and case studies factsheets

Factsheets with the technical characteristics enabling the provision of the identified flexibility services, with the associated technological and regulatory constraints and barriers. Linked to Task 1.2, due in M16 by EIFER and supported by RSE, DTU, MDH and CU.

Evaluation of future market designs for multi-energy systems

This deliverable will propose and compare alternative markets designs for multi-energy systems.Linked to task 3.2, due in Month 13 by VITO and supported by N-SIDE, EDF and EIFER

Cartography of the flexibility services provided by heating/cooling, storage and gas technology and systems to the electricity system

Description, benchmarking and technological barriers for implementation. Description of the flexibility services that could be provided by the different electrical, heating, storage and gas technologies and use cases (for centralized and decentralized production). Linked to task 1.1, to be submitted in M8 by MDH and supported by ENG, EDF, DTU, RSE, EIFER, CU, REG and EFFICA

Benchmark of markets and regulations for electricity, gas and heat and overview of flexibility services to the electricity grid

This deliverable will provide a benchmark of the EU electricity, gas and heat market and needed flexibility services towards the electricity grid. Linked to task 3.1, due in Month 6 by EDF and supported by REG, EIFER, VITO, DTU, RSE and EFFICA

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Publications

Quantifying flexibility of industrial steam systems for ancillary services: a case study of an integrated pulp and paper mill

Author(s): Xiandong Xu, Muditha Abeysekera, Christoph Gutschi, Meysam Qadrdan, Karl Rittmannsberger, Wenzl Markus, Jianzhong Wu, Nick Jenkins
Published in: IET Energy Systems Integration, 2020, Page(s) 1-11, ISSN 2516-8401
DOI: 10.1049/iet-esi.2019.0082

The role of thermal technologies for enhancing flexibility in Multi-Energy Systems through sector coupling: technical suitability and expected developments

Author(s): Karol Witkowski, Stephan Seidelt, Paul Haering, Nicole Pini
Published in: IET Energy Systems Integration, 2020, Page(s) 1-11, ISSN 2516-8401
DOI: 10.1049/iet-esi.2019.0061

Very-short-term multi-energy management system for a district heating plant enabling ancillary service provision

Author(s): Edoardo Corsetti, Ada Del Corno, Marco Riello
Published in: IET Energy Systems Integration, 2020, ISSN 2516-8401
DOI: 10.1049/iet-esi.2019.0074

Flexibility provision through enhanced synergies between electricity, gas and heat systems: a comparative analysis of market and regulatory frameworks in seven case study countries

Author(s): Lionel Cauret, Regine Belhomme, Pauline Raux-Defossez, Stanislas Nösperger, Johannes Steinbeisser, Juana Pagán Carpe
Published in: IET Energy Systems Integration, 2020, Page(s) 1-11, ISSN 2516-8401
DOI: 10.1049/iet-esi.2019.0062

POTENTIALS AND BARRIERS OF MULTI-ENERGY-SYSTEMS FOR PROVISION OF FLEXIBILITY TO POWER MARKETS

Author(s): Christoph GUTSCHI, Xiandong XU, Karl RITTMANNSBERGER, Muditha ABEYSEKERA
Published in: Symposium Energieinnovation, 2020, Page(s) 171-172
DOI: 10.3217/978-3-85125-734-2

Unlocking the Flexibility of CHP in District Heating Systems to Provide Frequency Response

Author(s): Xiandong Xu, Yue Zhou, Meysam Qadrdan, Jianzhong Wu
Published in: 2019 IEEE Milan PowerTech, 2019, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1109/ptc.2019.8810576

Innovative Market Schemes for Integrated Multi-energy Systems

Author(s): Kris Kessels, Shahab Shariat Torbaghan, Ana Virag, Helene Le Cadre, Guillaume Leclercq, Peter Sels, Mehdi Madani
Published in: 2019 16th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM), 2019, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1109/eem.2019.8916382