Managing Flexibility in European Electricity Grids

Managing Flexibility in European Electricity Grids

Attaining Grid Flexibility is Essential for Integrating Europe's Decentralised Power Networks

RELEASE DATE
21-Nov-2014
REGION
Europe
Research Code: MACB-01-00-00-00
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This study provides insight into the key enablers affecting the flexibility of grids. The intermittency and unpredictability of renewable technologies has led power suppliers to invest in smart and flexible grid solutions. Investments in technological developments will also ensure grid flexibility during voltage dips and capacity overloads. Grid flexibility has become extremely vital for energy security. While key countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom have already defined regulatory frameworks to support energy security and efficiency, others still need to work out a robust strategy to integrate large quantities of renewable energy coming on the grids.

Table of Contents

Key CEO 360 Degree Perspectives

Three Big Predictions

Key Findings

Installed Capacity by Technology

Evolving Energy Systems

Decentralised Model

Smart Grid Technology

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Scope and Definition of Flexible Power Systems

Key Enablers and Future Trends

Grid Flexibility—Summary of Major Enablers

Flexible Power System Value Chain

Load Balancing

Peaking Plants

Renewables

Market Interconnection

Smart Grid Optimisation

Monitoring and Storage

Grid Flexibility Attractiveness Matrix

Market Valuation of Grid Flexibility

Germany

The Netherlands

The United Kingdom

Denmark

Italy

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The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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This study provides insight into the key enablers affecting the flexibility of grids. The intermittency and unpredictability of renewable technologies has led power suppliers to invest in smart and flexible grid solutions. Investments in technological developments will also ensure grid flexibility during voltage dips and capacity overloads. Grid flexibility has become extremely vital for energy security. While key countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom have already defined regulatory frameworks to support energy security and efficiency, others still need to work out a robust strategy to integrate large quantities of renewable energy coming on the grids.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Pritil Gunjan
Industries Energy
WIP Number MACB-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No