The PV GRID project has the ultimate objective to promote the large-scale integration of photovoltaic (PV) systems in distribution grids across Europe. In a first step towards this goal, the project consortium has identified the most effective technical solutions available for increasing the distribution grid hosting capacity. Successively, the barriers hampering their adoption in European distribution networks have been analysed and discussed, leading to a set of normative and regulatory recommendations aimed at stimulating the European and national debates on distribution grid integration of PV and other distributed generation resources. An overview of these barriers and recommendations, together with a structured approach for how they should be taken into account in the different European national contexts is presented in this paper.
CIRED Workshop 2014 Challenges of implementing Active Distribution System Management, Roma, Roma (Italia). 11 junio 2014
Fecha de publicación: junio 2014.
P.M. Sonvilla, B. Barth, C. Mateo, D. Craciun, G. Concas, O. Franz, F. Cazzato, Overcoming normative and regulatory barriers hampering photovoltaic hosting capacity enhancement in European distribution grids, CIRED Workshop 2014 Challenges of implementing Active Distribution System Management, Roma, Italia, 11-12 Junio 2014.