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Prequalification Scheme of a Distribution System Operator for Supporting Wholesale Market Participation of a Distributed Energy Resource Aggregator

Hee Seung Moon, Young Gyu Jin, Yong Tae Yoon, Seung Wan Kim
2021 IEEE Access  
A DERA participates in the transmissionlevel market operated by a transmission system operator (TSO), and the DERA's resources are connected to a jurisdiction of the distribution system operator (DSO).  ...  INDEX TERMS distribution system operator, prequalification process, distributed energy resource aggregator, optimal power flow, robust approach  ...  A DERA participates in the wholesale energy market on behalf of the DRESs. The DERA submits a bid to the DSO before participating in the market.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3085002 fatcat:j7eyjsa3nngmddgsx3cfrqlkm4

Distributed energy resources and the organized balancing market: A symbiosis yet? Case of three European balancing markets

Ksenia Poplavskaya, Laurens de Vries
2019 Energy Policy  
A B S T R A C T Thanks to new technological advancements and EU policy impulse, distributed energy resources (DER) are poised to become a viable alternative to conventional electricity generation for the  ...  provision of balancing services to transmission system operators.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Werner Friedl, Stefan Vögel, Samuel Glismann, Frank Nobel, Jeroen Peters and Martin Povh for the valuable inputs and discussions that contributed to this  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2018.11.009 fatcat:loh3wuaxvzhbrbkigdgzu2eqti

D2.3: Business Use Cases for the OneNet

Katerina Drivakou, Thanasis Bachoumis, Anastasis Tzoumpas, Catarina Augusto, Sophia Giovanett, Fernando Dominguez, Matteo Troncia, Leandro Lind, Fabio Oliveira, Siddhesh Gandhi, Miguel Jose Cruz, Damas Carlos Siva
2021 Zenodo  
The deliverable presents the respective work been done in Task 2.3 and a set of Business Use cases (BUCs) for all OneNet demonstrators in the four clusters, that will materialize the OneNet products and  ...  Aggregator Business A party that aggregates resources for usage by a service provider for energy market services.  ...  Resource aggregator Business A party that aggregates resources for usage by a service provider for energy market services. According to HEMRM definition.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5926010 fatcat:gdnwqarwt5aqvdggu4g6xtwoum

D5.1: OneNet Concept and Requirements

Athanasios Bachoumis, Katerina Drivakou, Anastasis Tzoumpas, Ferdinando Bosco, Stavroula Pappa, Jose Villar, Alexandre Lucas, Kinga Pap, Tamás Mátrai, Marcell Szekeres, István Vokony, João Campos (+15 others)
2021 Zenodo  
among market and network operation.  ...  This deliverable aims to elicit the necessary regulatory, technological and IT requirements for scaling up TSO-DSO-large consumers coordination models with a view to providing near real time scalable coordination  ...  participation of consumers in the energy market and recognizes the role of aggregators as intermediaries between customers and the wholesale market (article 17), which should be allowed (with balancing  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5929317 fatcat:7ncouqv2cfa65e3sxq4ifpfbri

The key role of aggregators in the energy transition under the latest European regulatory framework

Selina Kerscher, Pablo Arboleya
2022 International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems  
The role of a clustered coordination of distributed energy resources (DER) with a focus on aggregators is presented in terms of legal and techno-economic aspects.  ...  The latest European framework assigns aggregators a fundamental role in energy market liberalisation and DER integration towards carbon-neutral energy systems.  ...  Aggregator CEEP Clean Energy for all Europeans Package D-/TSO Distribution/Transmission System Operator DA(M) Day-Ahead (Market) DelA Delegated Aggregator DER Distributed Energy Resources DR  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijepes.2021.107361 fatcat:fn5tysc6rbekxcyyco2b553ct4

Assessment of Demand Side Flexibility in European Electricity Markets: A Country Level Review

Aikaterini Forouli, Emmanouil A. Bakirtzis, Georgios Papazoglou, Konstantinos Oureilidis, Vasileios Gkountis, Luisa Candido, Eloi Delgado Ferrer, Pandelis Biskas
2021 Energies  
The scope is to explore the operation principles of European electricity markets, to assess the participation of emerging flexible resources, and to propose new approaches that facilitate the integration  ...  Barriers for market access of flexibility resources are also identified in order to form relevant country-specific recommendations.  ...  For example, in [31] the authors review different concepts, mechanisms and market clearing methods to trade flexibility among distribution system operators and other participants (e.g., aggregators).  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14082324 fatcat:3onbbory45et3bf33mvox3mznq

A Flexibility Market Platform for Electricity System Operators Using Blockchain Technology

Valeri Mladenov, Vesselin Chobanov, George Calin Seritan, Radu Florin Porumb, Bogdan-Adrian Enache, Vasiliki Vita, Marilena Stănculescu, Thong Vu Van, Dimitrios Bargiotas
2022 Energies  
The aim is to look for ways to help DSOs/TSOs be more flexible and more directly engaged in managing energy flows on the network.  ...  The paper's main objective is to demonstrate the trading and flexibility of services amongst TSOs, DSOs, and Prosumers in a transparent, secure, and cost-effective manner using Blockchain-based TSO-DSO  ...  Data Availability Statement: The data is provided from the Electricity System Operator of Bulgaria. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en15020539 fatcat:jv3a2bbwibdrjleqnzqubcklge

D2.1: Review on markets and platforms in related activities

Katerina Drivakou, Thanasis Bachoumis, Anastasis Tzoumpas
2021 Zenodo  
The deliverable highlights the existing projects' achievements, identify significant scalable technologies and practices implemented in the field and define the starting point for building the OneNet concepts  ...  , proposing fair and sustainable remuneration for clean energies though the definition of new business models supporting the participation of new players -i.e., aggregators-and the reduction of costs.  ...  remuneration for clean energies though the definition of new business models supporting the participation of new players [10] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5925653 fatcat:f24hdpptqva2rjyj5hrnn6jz5i

Distribution-Level Flexibility Markets—A Review of Trends, Research Projects, Key Stakeholders and Open Questions

Domagoj Badanjak, Hrvoje Pandžić
2021 Energies  
This includes distributed energy resources whose intermittency and uncertainty may cause issues to the system operators.  ...  Distribution system operators have an obligation to ensure secure and stable system operation. Hence, they seek the most efficient methods to deal with these challenges.  ...  Under the term distributed energy resources (DERs) we presume electricity-producing resources or controllable loads that are connected to a local distribution system or connected to a host facility within  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14206622 fatcat:kjnd7js6zrbchp7fgyiexven4a

THE POSSIBILITIES OF HIGHER FLEXIBILITY THROUGH NEW EMPOWERED ENERGY COMMUNITIES

Manuel Serrano Matoses, Lola Alacreu García, Álvaro Nofuentes Prieto
2019 Zenodo  
Distributed Energy Resources (DER) facilitate the empowerment of consumers, as well as the emergence of new flexibility services.  ...  Taking control over the ownership of energy data, leads to new opportunities for energy communities.  ...  CROSSBOW will consider aggregated resources from storage, generation and demand response, as assets for participating in ancillary services markets for local and regional markets.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3243171 fatcat:6heasw2o6fc7tcpzjps5w3fgva

Analysis of New Flexibility Market Models in Europe

Orlando Valarezo, Tomás Gómez, José Pablo Chaves-Avila, Leandro Lind, Mauricio Correa, David Ulrich Ulrich Ziegler, Rodrigo Escobar
2021 Energies  
resources by providing services to Distribution System Operators (DSOs) in coordination with Transmission System Operators (TSOs).  ...  To identify the trends in new flexibility markets, a set of market and aggregator platforms were selected and compared.  ...  In this context, distributed energy resources (DERs) connected to distribution networks may become an important flexibility source to support the operation of a highly decarbonized electricity system based  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14123521 fatcat:hubcivw7ajd3bbt4x2nxh7jqqu

D2.2 Current regulatory framework regarding Demand Response

Daniel Sanchez, Frits Maas, Raymond Sterling, Stefan Lodeweyckx
2019 Zenodo  
Increasing flexibility is key for the reliable operation of future power systems with very high penetration levels of Variable Renewable Energy Sources (VRES).  ...  It points out explicitly that aggregated load should be allowed and encouraged to participate, as well as participation initiatives of demand-side resources in electricity markets should be authorised,  ...  Participation in the wholesale market is only available for aggregated generation.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3360549 fatcat:dfiaxovvbrdxfogl6qhecnblz4

Welcoming New Entrants into European Electricity Markets

Tim Schittekatte, Valerie Reif, Leonardo Meeus
2021 Energies  
We show that well-intentioned rules designed for certain types of market participants can (unintentionally) become obstacles for new entrants.  ...  companies aggregating smaller consumers and producers, and different types of communities.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank Lynne Kiesling, Michael Pollitt, and Ksenia Poplavskaya for their contributions during the FSR Insights online event on the topic of this paper that took place on  ... 
doi:10.3390/en14134051 fatcat:u4saswbg6jfojifmqtqf33t7km

Enabling Flexibility Through Wholesale Market Changes – A European Case Study [chapter]

Ben Bowler, Marcus Asprou, Balint Hartmann, Peyman Mazidi, Elias Kyriakides
2020 Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering  
European and global electricity sector decarbonisation is driving changes in wholesale electricity markets as market operators, regulators and system operators encourage increased levels of flexibility  ...  Existing wholesale market design characteristics are changing; new, parallel marketplaces are also emerging.  ...  This article was produced as part of the FLEXITRANSTORE project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-37818-9_2 fatcat:bvopqg3ssfaxzdjoy7ul3o3sem

Aggregators today and tomorrow: from intermediaries to local orchestrators? [chapter]

Ksenia Poplavskaya, Laurens de Vries
2020 Behind and Beyond the Meter  
Rapid changes in the electricity sector are creating new challenges and opportunities for market participants.  ...  These trends foster the emergence of aggregators and position them as key enablers that can help unlock value from in front of and behind the energy meter, for example, by pooling consumer loads and small-scale  ...  Acknowledgment The authors would like to thank Aby Chacko (tiko), Stephan Marty (KiWi Power), and Matthias Dilthey (sonnen) for the discussions that contributed to this chapter.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-819951-0.00005-0 fatcat:srt5yr2kwjbtngslgdm5drhy5e
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