The possibility to accurately model the power/energy flexibilities of both elechtrochemical energy storage systems and electricity demand is the core aspect to quantify their contribution to grid services.
The areas covered by the research are:
Advanced modelling of electrochemical energy storage systems.
Study of ageing mechanisms of electrochemical storage devices.
Modelling and quantification of services provided by demand-side management.
Definition of cluster of ancillary services provided by flexible energy storage systems.
Validation of an advanced control algorithms based on short-term forecasting of PV generation (RE Demo)
Compilation of real-time control strategies for heterogeneous resources at MV and LV
Operation of the battery storage systems for grid control, feeder dispatching (RE Demo)
Operation of the battery storage systems for grid control, feeder dispatching
Sizing and siting of a utility scale distributed battery energy storage system