Leveraging flexibilities for the European power system
The OSMOSE project aims to identify and develop the optimal mix of flexibilities for the European power system to enable the Energy Transition.
Four large-scale demonstrators led by Transmission System Operators explore the technical and economic feasibility of innovative flexibility services and providers, including: grid forming, multi-services by hybrid storage, near real-time cross border exchanges, and smart zonal energy management system.
OSMOSE is a four-year project started in 2018 and funded under the H2020 call LCE-04-2017 – Demonstration of system integration with smart transmission grid and storage technologies with increasing share of renewables
The OSMOSE consortium is led by RTE and is composed of 33 partners:
- EPFL has published an article in the IEEE journal Transactions on Smart Grid. The article written by Zhao Yuan, Antonio Zecchino, Rachid Cherkaoui and, Mario Paolone deals with Real-time Control …Read more
- Which are the most suitable market designs to capture the value of flexibility in power systems? OSMOSE WP2 organises a webinar to introduce the different market designs models developed within …Read more
- OSMOSE organises a webinar that introduces the IEC61850 standard on communication protocols in electrical substations, and the latest related developments performed in the project. The IEC61850 is an international standard …Read more
- WP2 will present a paper at POWERTECH 2021 in next June. The paper, written by RTE, Université de Liège and CentraleSupélec, deals with Optimal Transmission Topology for Facilitating the Growth …Read more
28/06/2021 - 02/07/2021