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2020 17th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM)
The electricity market's current organization is topdown and centralized: electricity is produced in large plants and then transported over transmission and distribution lines to end users. As renewable production increases, this business model is assumed to change. Indeed, so-called 'prosumers' could sell excess electricity and require other energy-related services (e.g. battery storage and electrical vehicle charging). Accordingly, the DSO's business model will have to adapt to increaseddoi:10.1109/eem49802.2020.9221885 fatcat:3abkyvijuna6hesm3n6xqsba4y