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:
- An article by Claudio Silva, Efacec, and Christoph Brunner, it4power, has just been released in the Magazine PAC World addressing protection, automation and control. OSMOSE WP7 partners have undertaken activities …Read more
New milestone: Methodology to represent flexibilities on the distribution grids from a transmission grid perspectiveThe methodology proposed by ENSIEL in OSMOSE WP2 enables to model the interface between TSOs and DSOs, in an effort to better assess the economic potential of distributed energy sources. …Read more
- A new milestone has been reached within WP4 demo dealing with a Hybrid Flexibility Device to provide different flexibility services: the High Voltage Lithium-Ion battery has been successfully finished and …Read more
- Project Coordidator William Phung and WP2 leader Maxime Laasri from RTE represented the OSMOSE project at H2020 Transmission Grids projects Virtual Workshop, held on December 2, 2020 and organized by …Read more
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