Evaluating flexibility values for congestion management in distribution networks within Dutch pilots

Rik Fonteijn, Marieke van Amstel, Phuong Nguyen, Johan Morren, G.M. Bonnema, Han Slootweg

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Decentralisation of electricity generation, and electrification of heating and transportation pose challenges for the distribution networks, such as possible network congestion. Network operators investigate alternatives for reinforcements. Flexibility through demand response (DR) is one of these alternatives. Four theoretical possibilities for flexibility as a solution for congestion management are presented, in relation to four pilot projects on congestion management in the Netherlands. This article evaluates these four pilot projects based on six evaluation criteria. The strengths and weaknesses of all pilots are addressed, and the results of the pilot projects are discussed.
TaalEngels
Pagina's5158 – 5162
TijdschriftJournal of Engineering
Volume2019
Nummer van het tijdschrift18
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 1 jul 2019

Vingerafdruk

Electric power distribution
Reinforcement
Electricity
Heating

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