Projects with the right application and new technology that ensure the energy provided to the end consumer is of a high level, free from interferences. Are these projects and pilots the solutions the Grid needs?
Projects that focus on interoperability and the information / services provided and received by and for consumers / utilities. Will they need the less possible actual engagement from the part of the consumer?
Italian Pilot: Monitoring and Control of Distribution Resources
Objective of the project is to test the technical implementation in field of some of ancillary services provided by dispersed generation.
Aggregation of information about dispersed generation in real time, voltage regulation, power/frequency regulation, participation of distributed generation into the system defence plans and special protection schemes.
Spanish Pilot: Flexibility Resources from Radio Base Stations for Telecommunication
The aim of the pilot is to proof a specific coordination scheme between the TSO and the DSO. This scheme will enable some ancillary services (power/frequency regulation) provided by several bases station of telecommunication spread in the territory.
The DSO will take a new role in the market providing balancing and acting as an aggregator of small-scale flexibility providers connected at distribution level. The pilot will demonstrate the flexibility of the integration of DER in the grid
ENTSO-E (European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity)
The CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Solution to Grid Resilience
The Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM)
The main outcomes on how to build a standard cyber-secured system. The conclusion will highlight the new challenges of the CEN-CENELEC-ETSI SEG-CG, especially by supporting the new European networks codes.
Session Introduction - Innovation in Grids: Active Network Management, from Concept to Reality
During this session,four EU research and innovation projects funded by the European Commission’s FP7 programme join forces to present their common vision on how the “active distribution management approach” concept can be brought from the test lab to reality.