This use case will analyse the requirements and develop appropriate processes for 1) peak shaving at the substation level to reduce network charges and losses stabilising where possible the output from variable renewable sources; 2) congestion management at the substation level to support the upstream distribution network by means of active and reactive power support. Both approaches will seek to appropriately dispatch the distributed resources (demand response, storage, generation, EVs) of the local grid maintaining quality of supply and comfort of infrastructure users while optimising energy flows towards improving network utilisation.


Commercial approach development of peak shaving processes to maximise the value for the customer using market information in evolving tariff environments. Flexibility management development at the distribution system level with support from commercial customers as an aggregated resource.


Demonstration #2, Greece (Makryammos Bungalows Resort-IOSA).

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