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Title:
 
How Will Network Impacts of Distributed PV, Electric Vehicles, and Heat Pumps Depend on Local Context and Where Is Flexibility Most Needed? A Geographically Disaggregated Study across Great Britain
 
Author(s):
 
S. Few, P. Djapic, G. Strbac, J. Nelson, C. Candelise
 
Topic:
 
Finance, Markets and Policies
Subtopic: Policies and Scenarios for Renewables, Societal and Global Challenges
Event: 38th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition
Session: 7DO.5.6
ISBN: 3-936338-78-7
 
Price:
 
 
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Document(s): presentation
 

Abstract/Summary:


As in many European countries, deployment of low carbon technologies (LCTs) in the form of distributed photovoltaics (PV), electric vehicles (EVs), and heat pumps (HPs) across Great Britain (GB) is projected to increase rapidly over coming years, driven by falling costs and commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Without network upgrades or increased system flexibility, higher distributed generation and loads associated with these technologies are expected to overload some local networks. However, the extent of this overloading, which networks are most susceptible, and most appropriate means of avoiding adverse impacts by context, all remain unclear.