OSMOSE is preparing the necessary flexibilities for the electricity system of tomorrow
The integration of a rapidly growing share of non-dispatchable Renewable Energy Sources (RES) like wind and solar into the traditional electricity system will require a significantly increased level of (system) flexibility.
Launch of the Osmose project
The Osmose project is a H2020 EU founded project answering the call for a ’Demonstration of system integration with smart transmission grid and storage technologies with increasing share of renewables’.
The project aims for the development of flexibilities which can be used for a better integration of RES. The approach chosen is global as it considers at the same time, the increased need of flexibilities in the system (mainly improved balance of supply and demand in electricity markets, provision of existing and future system services and allowance of a dynamic control of electricity flows) and the sources of flexibilities (RES, demand-response, grid and new storages). The chosen global approach addresses all system requirements to capture the synergies proposed by the different solutions in order to avoid stand-alone solutions that might be less efficient in terms of overall efficiency. For example a storage operator plans to install batteries in order to provide balancing services. By locating his solution in a network-constrained area, he could contribute at the same time to the management of congestion and by this reduce the costs for the society too.
Key figures of Osmose
|BUDGET||PARTNERS||PROJECT TEAM||PROJECT PERIOD|
|28 million €||33 partners from 9 countries||An equivalent of 60 people full time||A 4 years project (2018-2021)|
The consortium is led by RTE and is composed of 33 partners
- Download the OSMOSE newsletter dated November 2020 below: OSMOSE Project Newsletter November 2020 Read more
- Two papers by CEA (WP7) and RTE (WP3) are presented at the 10th International Workshop on Integration of Solar Power & Storage into Power Systems on November 5th. Check the …Read more
- OSMOSE will chair a panel session at the ISGT conference on Oct. 27th, with presentations of the four project demonstrators, followed by an open discussion on the benefits, barriers and …Read more
- The paper entitled “Quantifying power system flexibility provision”, authored by Thomas Heggarty, Jean-Yves Bourmaud, Robin Girard, and Georges Kariniotakis (RTE and PERSEE lab), has been publised in the Journal Applied …Read more