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Smart GEMS Webinar recording | Joint Webinars: Optimised operation of smart grids (by AEA and TUC), Integration capabilities of various technologies for smart grids (by AEA)

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11th Webinar: Optimised operation of smart grids presented by AEA and TUC

 

1st part by AEA: The main objective of this webinar was to underline the need for optimised operation of smart grids. The webinar contents are summarised below:

- Unstable production and consumption and new actors: storage systems and prosumers

- What the market is proposing

- How to optimise

 

2nd part by TUC: In this webinar, TUC explained the role of Demand Response (DR) in both technical and regulatory framework for optimised operation of smart grids. The webinar contents are summarised below:

- Demand Response (DR) definition & scope by TUC

- DR program types by TUC

- Net load (Duck) curve by TUC

- User interface/consumer engagement by TUC

- Demand response in energy efficiency directive (2012/27/EU) by TUC

- Open automated demand response (open ADR 2.0) by TUC

- Conclusions by TUC

 

 

12th Smart Gems Webinar: Integration capabilities of various technologies for smart grids presented by AEA

In this webinar, AEA explained how different technologies should be efficiently integrated in smart grids. A case study of industrial micro-grid by Loccioni which focused on the main components of this smart grids, and the communication and control systems that connect and coordinate all the different systems of the smart grid was presented. The webinar contents are summarised below:

What is integrated in a micro-grid?

  1. What to integrate
  2. Communication system
  3. Control system
  4. Human interaction
  5. Conclusions