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Market4RES: Opportunities, challenges and risks for renewables integration in European electricity markets

Within the European Commission funded Market4RES project, the consultancy company 3E N.V. assessed empirically the challenges and issues of increasing RES-E penetration for the short-term, medium and long-term electricity markets. This was carried out through a selection of case studies that cover three different market regions with different RES-E penetration levels in the European electricity market with a focus on the Nordel system, Central-Western European system and the Iberian system.

Market4RES: Post 2020 framework in a liberalised electricity market with large share of Renewable Energy Sources

The aim of the IEE-EU project Market4RES is to investigate the potential evolution of the EU electricity Target Model in order to secure the European power system decarbonisation with large amounts of renewables.

OPTIMATE: a numerical simulation platform to recommend new electricity market designs integrating massive flexible generation in Europe

The aim of the FP7 project OPTIMATE was to develop a simulation platform, i.e. to develop market simulation tools, with the aim to cope with massive renewable energy integration into the EU network.

e-Highway 2050: Approach towards a European cluster model

Grid development planning is an exercise that requires high knowledge about future developments and accuracy of data to perform detailed grid analyses. In the project e-Highway 2050 and its long-term planning horizon it seemed unrealistic to provide information that meet this high requirement. As a solution a pan European cluster model is introduced. It consists of interacting clusters who serve in a copper-plate approximation, as aggregation points for load and generation in the geographical area. Links between these clusters are described as technical equivalents of the underlying high-voltage transmission system in Europe.

e-Highway 2050: Challenging energy scenarios for the pan European transmission system by 2050

A novel scenario building approach to generate different long-term energy scenarios for European electricity generation, exchanges and consumption has been developed by the e-Highway2050 project.

Comparison of cross-border management schemes with the OPTIMATE platform

The cross-border management study performed with the OPTIMATE platform aims at comparing net transfer capacity (NTC) and zonal flow-based (FB) schemes for an isolated CWE setup. This change should contribute to improve Capacity allocation and Congestion management (CACM) towards a better EU market integration.

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(1) aggregated DER (2) ancillary services (2) available transfer capacity (ATC) (1) back-casting approach (2) balancing (1) bird fauna (2) boundary conditions (1) capacity market (1) Common Information Model (CIM) (1) compressed air energy storage (CAES) (2) congestion revenue (2) corrective action (1) counter-trading (11) cross-border flows (4) day-ahead capacity allocation (1) day-ahead closure time (1) DC Grid (DCG) (1) Decarbonisation scenario (1) demand quantification (2) Dynamic Line rating (DLR) (1) dynamic simulation (1) electricity magnetic field (EMF) (1) explicit allocation (3) FACTS (Flexible AC Transmission System) (2) feed-in tariffs (FIT) (5) flow-based (FB) (1) forecast accuracy (2) generation investment incentives (1) generation quantification (1) High temperature conductor (HTC) (1) human health (1) HVAC cable (1) HVDC cable (1) HVDC Circuit Breaker (DCCB) (1) HVDC converter (1) HVDC multi-terminal grid (1) hybrid AC/DC line (2) Imbalance and settlement (2) implicit allocation (1) implicit auction (2) integration of HVDC lines (2) Interconnection capacity allocation (2) intraday capacity allocation (1) intraday closure time (1) investment strategies (1) large-scale demonstration (2) large-scale PV power (3) long-term planning (2) market players' behaviour (1) medium-term planning (2) meshed HVDC network (2) N-1 criterion (3) net transfer capacity (NTC) (1) network faults (1) nodal (1) noise (1) offshore HVDC grid (4) offshore wind (1) Optimal Power Flow (OPF) (2) Overhead transmission line (OHL) (1) Overload Line Controllers (OLC) (1) participation of DER into power markets (1) Phase-shifting Transformer (PST) (2) Phasor measurement unit (PMU) (2) point to point DC link (1) power exchanges (1) power flow control (PFC) (1) power flow simulation (1) power transfer distribution factor (PTDF) (2) preventive action (2) price premium (PP) (2) price spread (2) probabilistic reliability criteria (1) public awareness (1) public consultation (1) radial DC connection (1) real-time simulation (1) re-dispatching (2) reinforcement options (1) security analysis (1) security assessment (1) security margins (1) smart meter (3) social welfare (1) stakeholder consulations (1) state estimation (2) Storage (1) Superconducting technologies (4) target model (TM) (1) top-down approach (1) tradable green certificates (TGC) (1) training tools (1) visual impact (1) weather forecast (2) Wide Area Monitoring System (WAMS) (2) zonal
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