On 28 June, the Energy Community Secretariat as the contracting authority organises a 2-hour workshop where we will present the results of our analysis. This includes an overview of available flexibility options, the assessment of the flexibility potentials and future needs for additional flexibility at the 2030 and 2040 horizon. The study determines cost-optimal flexibility portfolios for all Contracting Parties of the Energy Community, identifies barriers and provides a set of recommendations to facilitate the deployment and utilisation of the respective flexibility sources.
Figure 1: Hourly cumulative generation (MW) in Montenegro for one week in July, Ambitious 2040 scenario
Co-optimization study of baltic TSOs cross zonal capacity value between energy and balancing capacity markets
— Artelys supports baltic Transmission System Operators (TSOs) AST, Elering, and Litgrid in the evaluation of the optimal use of cross-border interconnection capacities for energy and balancing capacity exchanges.
— Artelys provides the market clearing engine for the new renewable Guarantees of Origin auction.
— The Electricity Balancing Guideline, which entered into force in 2017, defines a framework for a balancing market that enables TSOs to net their balancing demands and to procure balancing energy from providers located in their own area as well as in other zones to balance the electricity grid. This measure enables the overall system to benefit from an increased level of security of supply and overall lower balancing costs.
— Artelys has delivered Toyota with a computation algorithm to optimally plan post-production assembly operations.
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