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Dynamic Capacity Control and Balancing at MV

Dynamic Capacity Control and Balancing at MV
The main question of study is what financial incentives are required to entice customers to share this information and if necessary use this flexibility.

Dynamic Capacity Control and Balancing at MV

  • Thema: Analysis of big data
  • Onderwerp: Developing algorithms for dealing with big energy data and complex networks concerning smart energy systems

The rise of renewable energy sources such as solar panels puts high demands on our electricity grid. In particular, the demand on the medium-voltage (MV) level of the power grid may increase above current capacity at peak times.

Involving end users

TU Delft researchers in collaboration with Alliander investigate how large customers can be involved in staying within network capacity.

Combining information about their flexibility in power consumption with smart planning can alleviate some of the capacity problems.

Financial incentives

The main question of study is what financial incentives are required to entice customers to share this information and if necessary use this flexibility.

By rewarding customers for their contribution to keeping the power grid within capacity, the need for investment in the physical grid infrastructure may be reduced.

Projectpartners

TU DelftRijksuniversiteit Groningen, ECNRoyal Haskoning DHV, Liander, DC Offshore Enegy, Grontmij, NUON

Scientists

 

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