In particular, it provides distribution system operators with a powerful solution for sourcing, retrieving and billing flexibilities in their network.
Agder Energi, a Norwegian distribution system operator, has implemented and successfully tested a pilot project based on Microsoft’s cloud technology. Investments in a substation could be avoided in a local network in the supply area of Agder Energi.
The five largest distribution system operators in East Germany have joined forces to develop a common positioning for an efficient and sustainable flexibility market and have asked E-Bridge to work with corporate representatives to develop the appropriate cornerstones. The aim is to develop a holistic concept of a flexibility market, including product description, market mechanism and interfaces to other markets.
The final report should also serve as a discussion with policymakers to consider the main cornerstones of the future regulatory framework.
The project is carried out in close cooperation with employees of all participating companies, e.g. in half-day workshops, in which papers on individual topics are presented and discussed. The final report is scheduled for April 2018.
In the first half of 2017, German distribution system operators refined their view of the future role “DSO 2.0.”
The digital transformation creates the potential for growth through customer orientation and regionalization.
Article Vigen Nikogosian, Baris Özalay, Janis Kaltschnee (E-Bridge Consulting GmbH, Bonn) and Ilona Dickschas (Siemens AG), Tim Meyerjürgens (TenneT TSO GmbH), Jens Mueller-Belau (Deutsche Shell Holding GmbH) in ew 5/2019, pages 12 ff. (German language)Download PDF