Challenge and objective

  • The load and generation in future distribution grids are expected to vary more and be more unpredictable. With today's planning criteria the grid planning is based on a worst case, and can result in over investment. Provision of localized flexibility services to distribution grid operators on short notice, could lower grid investment costs.

Work performed

  • Based on communication with DSOs the work flow of mobile battery operation is described in detail in a use case.

Significant results

  • The idea is described in a Use Case.

Impact for distribution system innovation

  • Readily available and affordable mobile flexible resources would allow the DSOs to operate closer to grid limitations and postpone investments.

Oddbjørn Gjerde

WP2 Lead
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Oddbjørn Gjerde
WP2 Lead


Reference in CINELDI