Energy-Efficient Computing and Networking. First International Conference, E-Energy 2010, Athens, Greece, October 14-15, 2010, Revised Selected Papers

Research Article

Market Optimization of a Cluster of DG-RES, Micro-CHP, Heat Pumps and Energy Storage within Network Constraints: The PowerMatching City Field Test

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.1007/978-3-642-19322-4_22,
        author={Ren\^{e} Kamphuis and Bart Roossien and Frits Bliek and Albert Noort and Jorgen Velden and Johan Wit and Marcel Eijgelaar},
        title={Market Optimization of a Cluster of DG-RES, Micro-CHP, Heat Pumps and Energy Storage within Network Constraints: The PowerMatching City Field Test},
        proceedings={Energy-Efficient Computing and Networking. First International Conference, E-Energy 2010, Athens, Greece, October 14-15, 2010, Revised Selected Papers},
        proceedings_a={E-ENERGY},
        year={2012},
        month={10},
        keywords={},
        doi={10.1007/978-3-642-19322-4_22}
    }
    
  • René Kamphuis
    Bart Roossien
    Frits Bliek
    Albert Noort
    Jorgen Velden
    Johan Wit
    Marcel Eijgelaar
    Year: 2012
    Market Optimization of a Cluster of DG-RES, Micro-CHP, Heat Pumps and Energy Storage within Network Constraints: The PowerMatching City Field Test
    E-ENERGY
    Springer
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-19322-4_22
René Kamphuis1,*, Bart Roossien1,*, Frits Bliek2,*, Albert Noort2,*, Jorgen Velden3,*, Johan Wit3,*, Marcel Eijgelaar4,*
  • 1: Energy research Centre of the Netherlands
  • 2: KEMA Gase Consultancy Services
  • 3: Humiq
  • 4: Essent
*Contact email: kamphuis@ecn.nl, roossien@ecn.nl, f.w.bliek@gasunie.nl, albert.vandenoort@kema.nl, jorgen.van.de.velde@ihumiq.nl, johan.de.wit@humiq.nl, marcel.eijgelaar@essent.nl

Abstract

The share of renewable energy resources for electricity production, in a distributed setting (DG-RES), increases. The amount of energy transported via the electricity grid by substitution of fossil fuels for mobility applications (electric vehicles) and domestic heating (heat pumps) increases as well. Apart from the volume of electricity also the simultaneity factor increases at all grid levels. This poses unprecedented challenges to capacity management of the electricity infra-structure. A solution for tackling this challenge is using more active distribution networks, intelligent coordination of supply and demand using ICT and using the gas distribution network to mitigate electricity distribution bottlenecks.