WP1 deals with the identification and quantification of flexibilities in three scenarios by year 2050. Based on the flexibility options identified for these scenarios and using the simulations results performed by RTE and EKC with … Read more Cross-border reserve exchange for improved flexibility and efficiency: Deliverable released
Get an update on the project technical activities, events and publications: Newsletter OSMOSE May 2021 Key highlights in this issue: Videos on WP6 and WP5 demonstration released First results of WP2 nodal and zonal market … Read more May 2021 Newsletter is out!
On May 4th, OSMOSE organised a webinar that introduced the IEC61850 standard on communication protocols in electrical substations, and the latest related developments performed in the project. The webinar recording is now available online: Link … Read more Webinar recording about IEC61850 standard now available
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 of Battery Energy Storage Systems … Read more Article by EPFL in IEEE Journal Transactions on Smart Grid
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 of Renewable Power Generation. The … Read more WP2 Paper at POWERTECH 2021 about Optimal Transmission Topology towards more RES
OSMOSE releases Deliverable D2.1.2, an analysis of Key Performance Indicators to assess and compare the performance of possible electricity market designs targeting the optimal development of flexibility technologies to economically accommodate high shares of renewable … Read more Deliverbale released: List of KPIs to assess the value of flexibility
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 to demonstrate an optimized IEC … Read more Article in PAC World about OSMOSE Contribution to Improve the IEC 61850 Engineering Process
The 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. The approach relies on: modeling … Read more New milestone: Methodology to represent flexibilities on the distribution grids from a transmission grid perspective