TransnetBW challenge – Energy System 2050
In the Energy System 2050, the demand for flexibility will increase strongly because generation will be largely from renewables and thus volatile and not controllable.
–> This requires a controllable electricity demand that can follow the supply.
Identification and evaluation of possible business cases for the provision of vehicle-to-grid (V2G) services by private e-cars owners, i.e.
- Under which conditions (economic, technical constraints) private citizens are assumed to be willing to offer this flexibility service to the grid
- Which incentives should be put in place in order to mobilize such flexibility potential
- An assessment of a trade-off between the cost of participation to V2G and need for alternative flexibility options (e.g. stationary batteries, grid reinforcement)
The results are used for studies on-demand flexibility and the development of new flexibility products.
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