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Energy storage and energy management in distribution grids, communities and buildings: results from SENSIBLE, a flagship project

Andre, Ricardo; Naghiyev, Eldar; Guerra, Filipe; Leonide, Andre; Langemayer, Stefan; Dentel, Arno; Kandasamy, Kutralingam; Gouveia, Clara; Murphy O'Connor, Catherine; Kilkki, Olli

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Authors

Ricardo Andre

Eldar Naghiyev

Filipe Guerra

Andre Leonide

Stefan Langemayer

Arno Dentel

Kutralingam Kandasamy

Clara Gouveia

Catherine Murphy O'Connor

Olli Kilkki



Abstract

In a time of energy transition, this article summarizes the most relevant conclusions obtained from the SENSIBLE project [3], which aimed to demonstrate that the 2030 EU energy policy targets are achievable, and that distributed energy storage has a crucial role enabling such ambitious targets. SENSIBLE developed innovative features and functionalities based on energy storage and energy management. It was elected as an EU flagship innovation project for its innovation, excellence and ambitious targets of applying several use cases to three real world domains: i) distribution grids; ii) customers and iii) buildings. Grid domain developments were demonstrated in Évora as well as new energy services provision to end users, whilst the Nottingham demonstrator addressed the energy community domain. In Nuremberg, storage applications in the building domain were demonstrated. SENSIBLE’s results show that energy storage applications are a key tool to enable the flexibility required for the energy transition and can provide benefits to the grid as well as the end user. The project’s conclusions from the three domains, which are underpinned by the KPI results, prove the impact of energy storage on the energy system of the future.

Conference Name 25th International Conference and Exhibition on Electricity Distribution (CIRED 2019)
Start Date Jun 3, 2019
End Date Jun 6, 2019
Acceptance Date Apr 5, 2019
Publication Date Jun 4, 2019
Deposit Date Apr 11, 2019
Publicly Available Date Apr 11, 2019
Public URL https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/1769304
Related Public URLs http://www.cired2019.org/

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