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    • Baselines for evaluating demand response in the EcoGrid 2.0 project 

      Larsen, Emil; Rosenørn, Kenneth; Jónasdóttir, Anna (AIM, June 2019)
      To verify delivery of demand response (DR) at low- and medium-voltage levels, forecasts of consumption assuming no DR, hereafter called a baseline, are required. In this paper, we show how a baseline is made, investigate ...
    • Battery Swap Station Participation in Microgrid Unit Commitment 

      Moaidi, Ferinar; Aliakbar Golkar, Masoud (AIM, June 2018)
      In these years, Battery Swap Station (BSS) is suggested as a new aggregator unit which can satisfy Electric Vehicle (EV) users by fast refuelling time and also help distribution system operator by giving more degree of ...
    • Battery system as a service for a distribution system operator 

      Alaperä, Ilari; Hakala, Tomi; Honkapuro, Samuli; Pylvänäinen, Jouni; Kaipia, Tero; Manner, Pekka; Kulla, Tatu (AIM, June 2019)
      Benefits of battery systems in the distribution networks have been widely identified, but current regulation model prohibits the distribution system operators (DSOs) from owning and operating these systems. This paper ...
    • Benchmarking Linear and Non-Linear Behaviour of Power Inductors for Switched Mode Power Supplies 

      Makoschitz, Markus; Berrotaran, Jon; Biswas, Sumanta (AIM, June 2019)
      Basic power electronic circuits (such as e.g. a Buck, Boost, Buck-Boost or half-bridge topology) for grid-connected applications are in general comprised of a voltage DC-link, two or more semiconductors and an LC input/output ...
    • Berlenga Island - Sustainable Smart Microgrid. 

      Santos, Ricardo; Faria, Gonçalo; Pinto, Claudia; Fonseca, Antonio; Joyce, António; Cativo, Nuno (AIM, June 2018)
      EDP Distribuição is EDP Group Distribution System Operator, operating in the regulated distribution business in Portugal. It holds the concession for most of the high, medium and low voltage distribution grid concessions ...
    • BESS located in Primary Substation for RES integration and ancillary services provision 

      Delfanti, Maurizio; Bovera, Filippo; Falabretti, Davide; Merlo, Marco; Rancilio, Giuliano (AIM, June 2019)
      In this paper a model for simulating provision of multipleservices via Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) ispresented. The results of several sets of simulations areproposed. Applications analysed are renewable energysource ...
    • BI & Analytics for smart planning in distribution systems 

      MIGUEL FILHO, MÁRIO; BARIONI DE OLIVEIRA, CARLOS CÉSAR; MEFFE, ANDRÉ; SYBINE, WLADMIR; CESÁRIO DOS SANTOS, OLÍVIO; DUTRA DA SILVA, EDUARDO (AIM, June 2019)
      The objective of this work is to present the design, development and main results obtained in the definition and implementation of an IT solution for EDP's Brazilian distribution companies (EDP SP and EDP ES), whose main ...
    • Bidirectional electrical conversion: the first step towards smart energy gates 

      Bidaine, Benoît; Bleus, Paul; Joannes, Thierry; Ledent, Philippe; Milstein, François; Chisogne, Jean-Pierre (AIM, June 2018)
      Microgrids and local energy communities require new electricity management strategies. Such strategies involve smart energy gates consisting of bidirectional electrical converters. Such converters have been developed for ...
    • Big Data challenges - a multidisciplinary team approach 

      Fonseca, Isabel; Castro, João; Águas, André; Gonçalves, Pedro; Magalhães, Susana; Braamcamp, Joana (AIM, June 2019)
      The advent of smart grids created a surge in the quantity of data available to the DSO. Data has become an asset as crucial for grid operation as the grid per se. However, if the first concern is to have data, the second ...
    • Binomial tariff: an alternative modality to Brazilian low voltage consumer 

      Cardoso Borges dos Santos , Lorena; Eduardo de Barros Alvares, Jairo; de Oliveira Gomes, Rafael; Cesar Barioni de Oliveira , Carlos; da Silva Silveira, Cristiano; Antonelli, Denis (AIM, June 2019)
      Since 2016, low voltage end-consumers supplied by voltages lower than 2.3 kV (73% of the energy consumption market in Brazil) has no more obligation to be charged in the monomial tariff modality.This paper describes a ...
    • Block-Chain Based Electricity Power Trading System Mechanisms and Operating Methods 

      Park, Jung-sung; Kwon, Seong-chul; Bae, Moon-sung; Lee, Jong-uk; Kim, Dong-joo (AIM, June 2019)
      With a variety of distributed resources appearing in the power industry, the needs for many small power transactions are increasing. Many of these small quantities of electricity trading are not suitable for intermediating ...
    • Block-level microgrids for power system resilience: Scaling and impacts 

      Ostfeld, Aminy; Whitmeyer, Michael; von Meier, Alexandra (AIM, June 2018)
      This paper presents a new approach for the coordination and scaling of microgrids, known as EcoBlocks, and discusses the ability of EcoBlocks to function as electrical islands in an adaptive manner. We analyse the impacts ...
    • Blockchain for peer-to-peer energy exchanges: design and recommendations 

      Vangulick, David; Cornélusse, Bertrand; Ernst, Damien (AIM, June 2018)
      Energy communities and peer-to-peer energy exchangesare expected to play an important role in the energy transition. In this context, the blockchain approach can beemployed to foster this decentralized energy market. Ourgoal ...
    • Blockchain for peer-to-peer energy exchanges: probabilistic approach of Proof of Stake 

      Vangulick, David; Cornélusse, Bertrand; Ernst, Damien (AIM, June 2018)
      Energy communities and peer-to-peer energy exchangesare expected to play an important role in the energy transition. In this context, the blockchain approach can be employed to foster this decentralized energy market. In ...
    • Blockchain local markets for the distributed control of microgrids 

      Troncia, Matteo; Galici, Marco; Ghiani, Emilio; Pilo, Fabrizio; Ruggeri, Simona (AIM, June 2019)
      Decentralized control schemes for microgrids and local energy communities is of interest since the burden on the central unit is reduced. Among decentralized schemes, Multi Agent System (MAS) enables the active participation ...
    • Blockchain-based self-consumption optimization in local energy communities 

      Hemm, Regina; Stefan, Mark; Kupzog, Friederich; Niederkofler, Michael; Schneemann, Andreas (AIM, June 2019)
      Due to a turnaround in energy policy and an alienation from fossil fuels, a steady increase in the number of smaller renewable energy producers emerges, differing from the conventional ones in their volatility and amount ...
    • Bottom Up Approach for the Prediction of the Deployment of Distributed Energy Resources 

      Pohl, Oliver; Sowa, Torsten; Pletzer, Tobias; Tao, Xiaohu; Rose, Maximilian (AIM, June 2018)
      This paper presents a novel approach for the prediction of the deployment of distributed energy resources (DERs), e.g. photovoltaic (PV), in the distribution grid. A Markov chain model is defined to predict the spatiotemporal ...
    • Business model development on parking infrastructure with high shares of electro mobility in smart cities 

      Haag, Christian; Gürses-Tran, Gonca (AIM, June 2018)
      Most European cities are currently facing not only a general energy transition but also a changing automobile infrastructure with the increase of electric vehicles on the roads. This paper presents a possible business model ...
    • Business Models for Electricity Distribution in Europe: Evidence from the JRC DSO Observatory 2018 

      Andreadou, Nikoleta; Flammini, Marco; Vitiello, Silvia (AIM, June 2019)
      This paper presents information on how European DSOs operate their business, including management of smart grid features. This work builds on the data collected and presented in the Distribution System Operators (DSO) ...
    • Calculation of Process Immunity Time with Gantt Chart 

      Zhong, Qing; He, Qizhang; Huang, Wei; Xu, Zhong; Wenbo, Chen (AIM, June 2019)
      To evaluate the process immunity time (PIT) for the industrial process, an approach to calculate PIT based on Gantt chart is proposed. The relationships between PIT and Gantt chart are investigated at first. Immunity time ...