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Technical, Business and Regulatory Approaches to Enhance Renewable Energy Capabilities to Take Part Actively in the Electricity and Ancillary Services Markets
H. Bartoszewicz-Burczy, P. Starzynski, F. Schraube
Wind Energy, Photovoltaic, Barriers of PV and Wind Energy, Energy Market
Energy Transition – Integration, Storage, Sustainability, Policy, Economics, Energy Poverty, Society
Subtopic: Energy System Integration; Storage
Event: 8th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion
Session: 5DV.2.40
1620 - 1624
ISBN: 3-936338-86-8
Paper DOI: 10.4229/WCPEC-82022-5DV.2.40
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This paper is based on the work carried out in the EU project: “DRES2Market: Technical, business and regulatory approaches to enhance renewable energy capabilities to take part actively in the electricity and ancillary services markets” is a European Union’s Horizon 2020, granted research program project, grant number: 952851. Main goal of the DRES2Market project is developing a comprehensive and affordable approach to facilitate the effective participation in distributed generation, based upon wind and solar PV energies in the electricity markets to enable provision of balancing and reserve services according to market criteria. One of the main objective of the project is to evaluate and get the results of the impact of large penetration of renewable energies (RES) on the electricity markets and the system operation according to different time scopes: the electricity demand coverage using an hourly simulation dispatch taking into account the volatility of solar photovoltaic and wind energy, the participation of renewable energies and distributed generation based on solar photovoltaic in the European Continuous Intraday Electricity Markets and the Local Electricity Markets, as well as the impact of the System Operation and the Distribution Network.