LV network control architecture: H2020 InteGrid case study [article]

José Costa, Célia Trocato, Jorge Moreira, André Madureira, David Rua, David Fonseca, University, My, University, My
Within the scope of H2020 program, InteGrid aims to demonstrate intelligent grid technologies for renewables integration and interactive consumer participation, enabling interoperable market solutions and interconnected stakeholders, while addressing the challenges derived from this goal from a technological, market and regulatory and societal perspective. The Portuguese demonstrator, which intends to innovatively boost the management of the distribution network using new DERs (including, here,
more » ... consumers' flexibility) with already-implemented assets, in a predictive and integrated way, fostering the implementation of cost-effective, replicable and scalable solutions, will be the place where the herein described function will be demonstrated. This paper presents the architecture of one of the abovementioned solutions – the LV network control -, which, by merging both a predictive and real-time operational mode, will enable the DSO to exploit self and consumerowned available flexibility resources in order to deploy a decision support tool to assist the active managing of the grid, avoiding technical problems.
doi:10.34890/179 fatcat:onxdqs52vfh63pq4ey377i5mxy