ISGT Europe 2022 panel session 9: Modelling of flexibility and DER integration for low-carbon communities (Slides)
L. Gruber, M. Troncia, I. Kockar
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The launch of the EU European Union�s Clean Energy for All Europeans Package resulted in a major increase in public and research interest in energy communities. One of the goals is to involve citizens in the transition to a carbon-neutral future. This shift in how we consume and generate electricity has a significant impact on how the future distribution system must operate. Modelling this pathway as realistically as possible is a crucial but complex step. Many new aspects must be incorporated into the models, such as local markets and peer-to-peer trading, aggregators managing an energy community or even creating a virtual power plant to manage devices, the transition to e-mobility and alternative fuels, sector coupling, particularly with heating moving more toward electricity, and flexibility measures such as demand side response.
Dr. Lia Gruber