The consortium is composed of experienced researchers, business champions and pilot partners.
The energy transition towards (fluctuating) renewable electricity generation requires more flexible demand response. This demand response is possible, due to decreasing storage prices, flexible thermal loads, electric vehicle charging schedules etc., but it requires intelligent coordination. Since centralized solutions are intractable due to privacy concerns, limited computational scalability, and the individuals concern to maintain decisional autonomy, this project proposes decentralized coordination in quasi-autark energy cooperatives, striving for operational energy balance.
This German-Dutch research project develops and evaluates the coordination mechanisms and the technological platform for the energy cooperative, to achieve cost efficiency or maximum autarky by shared exploitation of storage and other flexible resources. A transnational energy market aims to further push cost efficiency when the two pilot cooperatives are more widely replicated and adopted in future scenarios.
Amsterdam Smart City – Sharing renewable energy between households in the Amsterdam building project Schoonschip
Universiteit van Nederland – Kan wiskunde je helpen met je date?
Online lecture for the University of the Netherlands (an online platform for 10-minute presentations) on complex negotiations.
Latest publication: “Lezama, F., Soares, J., Hernandez-Leal, P., Kaisers, M., Pinto, T., & do Vale, Z. M. A. (2018). Local Energy Markets: Paving the Path Towards Fully Transactive Energy Systems. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems.”
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