Ir arriba
Información del informe

Economic assessment of proposed coordination schemes and products for system services

A. González-Garrido, I. Gómez-Arriola, K. Kessels, J. Vanschoenwinkel, D. Davi, E. Faure, Y. Ruwaida, N. Etherden, L. Lind, M. Valarezo


Executive summary
This deliverable aims at analyzing the economic implications of the proposed coordination schemes (CSs) and products for system services within CoordiNet.
The analysis in this deliverable focuses on the demonstration activities performed in CoordiNet in Spain, Sweden and Greece for the coordinated procurement of system services by Distribution System Operators (DSOs) and Transmission System Operators (TSO) from flexibility service providers (FSPs) and other Distributed Energy Resources (DER).
For that purpose, it builds upon the experience of the CoordiNet demonstrators, but also on the analyses and simulations performed in WP6. This way, the costs for the implementation and operation of the required platforms that enable the exploitation of flexibility for the operation of the system are based on the analysis of the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in (Trakas et al., 2022). Moreover, the CSs originally proposed in (Delnooz et al., 2019), which included four main classification dimensions (where the need is located, who the buyer is, the number of markets, and whether the TSO has access to DER) have been further detailed in (Sanjab et al., 2022), by adding four additional classification dimensions (agreement on the interface flow – if applicable, sharing of resources, how network information sharing is considered, and whether bids can be forwarded and how). Additionally, the scalability and replicability analysis (Cossent et al., 2022) provided different simulations, which were the basis for the estimation of the case studies considered in this deliverable. [...]

Proyecto del IIT: Coordinet (Coordinet)

Entidad financiadora: Comisión Europea. Horizon 2020 – Cooperation / Energy

Fecha de publicación: 08-08-2022


pdfDescargar el informe