The demonstrator in Eindhoven with Enexis proposes a multi-service approach to unleash all available local flexibilities such as stationary storage and electric vehicle batteries, by using interactions between the distribution system operators, balance responsible parties and the charge point operators for electric vehicles.
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With this model InterFlex wants to test:
- Technical innovations on ICT systems and communication,
- Organizational innovations on market mechanisms, contractual agreements and business models.
To achieve these goals a model is designed to describe the systems and mechanisms on operational, enterprise and market levels, which enable the provision of ancillary services to the distribution grid via a flexibility market.
3 MAIN USE CASES
As stated in the grant agreement 3 use cases are the starting points for the project in the Netherlands. These use cases planning are described in detail in this report.
Enabling ancillary services, congestion management, voltage support for PV integration using centralized, grid-connected storage systems to improve grid observability of prosumers, promoting batteries in multi-service approach.
Enabling the optimal activation of all available local flexibilities offered by the locally installed EVSE’s for congestion management.
Validating technically, economically and contractually the usability of an integrated flex market based on a combination of static battery storage and EV chargers.