RESULTS

D2.1 Report on scenarios for micro-grid deployment

In this report, the scenarios for demonstration are defined. The report includes descriptions of the demonstration sites in Sweden and France and specifications and projected growth of various emerging technologies.

The report is produced by WP2 that includes scenario definitions, functional requirements for micro-grids and preparation for demonstration sites.

Year: 2017

D 2.1 – Report on scenarios for micro-grid deployment

D2.2 Specification of functional requirements

This report focuses on the specification of functional requirements and defines the functional requirements within the three layers of the micro-grid operation: Hardware layer, middleware layer and service layer.

The report is produced by WP2 that includes scenario definitions, functional requirements for micro-grids and preparation for demonstration sites.

Year: 2018

D 2.2 Specification of functional requirements

D2.3 Preparation for demonstration sites

This report describes the physical test sites in France and Sweden, the requirements and preparation for the tests as well as communication and control set-ups”.

Year: 2019

D 2.3 Preparation for demonstration sites

D3.1 Development of Appropriate PPF Algorithm for Future Planning Process

In this report, a novel methodology for PPF analysis is presented that can handle high dimensionality and nonlinear correlation of the input random variables.

Year: 2018

D3.1 Development of appropriate PPF algorithm for future planning process

D3.2 Report on new clustering algorithms with simulation results

This report proposes a dynamic clustering mechanism in order to provide flexibility for minimizing the imbalance cost during real-time operation, applied in a case study simulation.

Year: 2019

D3.2 Report on new clustering algorithms with simulation results

D5.1 Customizing the flexibility toolbox for commercial microgrids

This report provides an overview of the flexibility tool-box developed by TU/e in a previous project, describing how a local flexibility market framework can be used for trading flexibility between micro-grids and the interested market parties (energy suppliers, distribution network operator, Balance Responsible Parties).

The tool-box includes two different procedures: one market-based and one contractual-based, for the procurement of flexibility services from microgrids. Furthermore, this report provides an overview of the possible interactions of commercial microgrids in the context of the rapidly evolving European legislation.

Year: 2019

D5.1 Customizing the flexibility toolbox for commercial microgrids

 

D4.1 Control algorithms for micro-grid local controllers

The aim of the report is to present the local voltage controller box previously developed by project partner CEA and proposals of how to enhance the communication capability of local controllers.

Year: 2018

D4.1 Control algorithms for micro-grid local controllers

D5.2 Exploiting flexibility between commercial microgrids

 The report aims to develop the interaction among commercial microgrids and how commercial microgrids can benefit from active end-users. It introduces the concepts of commercial microgrids, multi agents for multi-microgrid system, demand side management and demand response, as well as the relationships between commercial microgrid with local entities. Further, it presents the development of an interface between commercial microgrids via an aggregator with multi-agent system technology.

Year: 2019

D5.2 Exploiting flexibility between commercial microgrids