How Interoperability of Flexibility Platforms Enables Market Design Opportunities

Manuela McCulloch, Jonas Dierenbach, Munkhtsetseg Baatar, Dietmar Graeber, Ksenia Tolstrup, Sarah Fanta, Viktor Zobernig

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Abstract

This article discusses market design opportunities of interoperable flexibility platforms in the context of Europe's energy transition. While numerous flexibility platforms already exist, they are not yet interoperable, which limits the potential for flexible resources to participate in them. The DigIPlat project - in which the research for this article was conducted - aims to provide measures for implementing standardized digital solutions for the interaction of transnational flexibility markets, as well as new use cases for maximizing the value of flexibility for multiple system services. This paper specifies three use cases regarding to
interoperable use of flexibility for balancing, congestion management, and intraday markets.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
Titel19th International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM 2023) Proceedings
Seiten1-4
Seitenumfang4
ISBN (elektronisch)979-8-3503-1258-4/23
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 11 Juli 2023
VeranstaltungEEM23 Conference: 19th International Conference on the European Energy Market - Lappeenranta, Finland, Lappeenranta, Finnland
Dauer: 6 Juni 20238 Juni 2023
https://www.lut.fi/en/eem23

Konferenz

KonferenzEEM23 Conference
KurztitelEEM23
Land/GebietFinnland
StadtLappeenranta
Zeitraum6/06/238/06/23
Internetadresse

Research Field

  • Integrated Energy Systems

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