osmose DELIVERABLES

Title
D6.1 Mechanism design and specifications
Target mechanism and concept of FlexEnergy market, including control system architecture and specifications of the associated computer based tools.
7.0 Deliverables, WP6 3 July 2019 Download
D3.2 – Overall Specifications of the demonstrations
Task 3.2 deals with the technical specifications of the 3 demonstrators foreseen in OSMOSE WP3
1.0 Deliverables, WP3 2 July 2019 Download
D2.2 Candidate market mechanisms and regulatory frameworks
2.0 Deliverables, WP2 21 June 2019 Download
D2.1 Methodology for error forecasts at European scale
The present report focuses on modelling of forecast updates as a key input to market simulations. Therefore, a general forecast update methodology is proposed including forecast update processes for wind, photovoltaic generation and load at a European scale. 
1.0 Deliverables, WP2 21 June 2019 Download
Flexibility cost and operational data
Data related to D1.2 Flexibility cost and operational data outlook
1.0 Deliverables, WP1 21 June 2019 Download
D1.2 Flexibility cost and operational data outlook
This report describes technologies that can serve as sources of flexibility for the electricity system and includes electrochemical, mechanical, and chemical storage systems as well as flexible thermal power plants. In addition, it is discussed how the demand side and interconnections between regions can provide flexibility as well. Derived from an extensive literature study, current and future cost data has been derived. This report is accompanied by a comprehensive data set of technical parameters and cost data.
Deliverables, WP1 21 June 2019 Download
D1.1 European Long-Term Scenarios Description
This report maps out the long-term development of the European power system and aims to provide a basis for subsequent studies on the arising need for flexibility in the OSMOSE project.
1.0 Deliverables, WP1 21 June 2019 Download
D4.1 Comprehensive report on functionalities and services for the power system
All the functionalities regarding the frequency control, voltage control and synthetic inertia that the solution have to deliver in normal operation and in the event of contingencies, to reduce the impact of the variations of the production of RES, reduce the load shedding after contingency, congestion management and oscillation damping
1.0 Deliverables, WP4 21 June 2019 Download
D5.1 Techno-economic analysis of DSR and RES selected services
Summarize the results of the analysis of DSR and RES flexibilities available in the WP5 demo site and include the specification of power electronic devices necessary to provide ancillary services to the grid, also for the case of multiservice provision.
1.0 Deliverables, WP5 13 February 2019 Download
D3.1 Multi-services control algorithm for converters
It addresses the design of cooperative control algorithms to provide multiple ancillary service to the grid. This algorithm will serve as the outer control loop for the synchronisation algorithms from the MIGRATE project, thus allowing to provide additional services on top of synchronisation.
1.0 Deliverables, WP3 13 February 2019 Download

     

    This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement n°773406