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Grid Flexibility from Multi-Energy Systems

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This part of the tutorial introduces foundational concepts for the characterization, modelling, optimisation, and visualisation of the flexibility that could be provided to the electricity grid by multi-energy systems (MES), including the role of integrated energy networks in enabling or constraining power system flexibility.

Several examples will be presented with illustrative case studies on current and future practical applications, including technologies and concepts such as distributed MES (DMES); power-to-hydrogen and power-to-gas; integrated electricity-hydrogen virtual power plants; power-to-heat and building-to-grid flexibility; virtual energy storage; community energy systems; etc.

Author(s):

Pierluigi Mancarella    
The University of Melbourne and The University of Manchester
Australia

 

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