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Proceedings 2017, 1(7), 972; doi:10.3390/proceedings1070972

Mas²tering: Business Cases and Technologies for Low-Voltage Flexibility Aggregation with Prosumers and Local Energy Communities Workshop

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R2M Solution, s.r.l., Via Fratelli Cuzio 42, 27100 Pavia, Italy
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Commissariat à l’énergie atomique (CEA), Institut LIST, Université Paris-Saclay, F-91120 Palaiseau, France
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SMS-Plc, Ltd., Cardiff Gate Business Park, Prennau House, Copse Walk, Pontprennau, Cardiff CF23 8XH, UK
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Engie Lab Crigen, 361 Ave. du Président Wilson, 93210 Saint-Denis, France
Presented at the Sustainable Places 2017 Conference (SP2017), Middlesbrough, UK, 27–29 June 2017.
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Published: 9 November 2017
(This article belongs to the Proceedings of the Sustainable Places 2017 (SP2017) Conference)
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This report summarises the conduct and key findings from the fourth and final scientific workshop organised under the Mas²tering project (Multi-Agent Systems and Secured coupling of Telecom and Energy gRIds for Next Generation smart grid services), which is co-funded by the European Union under the FP7 programme. The workshop was co-located with Sustainable Places 2017 hosted by Teesside University in Middlesbrough, UK. Sustainable Places is an annual international conference focused on innovations for Energy-efficient Buildings and the wider smart grids that connect them. This fourth edition of the Mas2tering workshop series aimed at validating the project’s work to date with respect to its approach, technologies, use cases and in-progress results. For this purpose, a panel of three experts was formed and to them the project presented an Overview & Approach, Physical Testing at the ENGIE Crigen facilities, simulation of the Cardiff Grid, Project Use Cases and the Business Model Approach. Thematic issues and conclusions from the presentations and discussions are provided herein.
Keywords: flexibility management; local flexibility aggregator; social housing; physical testing at Engie Lab Crigen; simulation of the Cardiff grid; local energy communities; DSO; retailer; telecom flexibility management; local flexibility aggregator; social housing; physical testing at Engie Lab Crigen; simulation of the Cardiff grid; local energy communities; DSO; retailer; telecom
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Messervey, T.; Sisinni, M.; Espeche, J.M.; Lennard, Z.; Vinyals, M.; Robbe, M.-F.; Sharman, J.; Ardeois, J. Mas²tering: Business Cases and Technologies for Low-Voltage Flexibility Aggregation with Prosumers and Local Energy Communities Workshop. Proceedings 2017, 1, 972.

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