Flexibility in Sustainable Electricity Systems
Eduardo Alejandro Martinez Cesena, Nicholas Good, Mathaios Panteli, Joseph Mutale, Pierluigi Mancarella
IEEE ELECTRIFICATION MAGAZINE | IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC | Published : 2019
s environmental concerns increase, researchers, policy makers, and the public in general are becoming more interested in options to make energy more sustainable while at the same time ensuring that energy systems are affordable, reliable, and resilient. This dynamic is bringing about challenges across the world, as established energy systems (such as those in cities) must be enhanced to integrate large volumes of renewable energy sources (RES), while new or evolving systems (for instance, in developing economies) must be planned to manage the increasingly extreme conditions associated with climate change. In these contexts, the flexibility to intelligently use and invest in resources that go..View full abstract
Awarded by European Commission
Awarded by U.K. Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Awarded by U.K. Economic and Social Research Council
We would like to acknowledge the following groups for financial support as part of their projects: European Commission, for "DIMMER: District Information Modeling and Management for Energy Reductions" under grant FP7 609084; the U.K. Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, for "MY-STORE: Multi-Energy Storage-Social, Techno-Economic, Regulatory and Environmental Assessment under Uncertainty" under grant EP/N001974/1; and the U.K. Economic and Social Research Council, for "FutureDAMS: Design and Assessment of Water-Energy-Food-Environment Mega-Systems" under grant ES/P011373/1.