Resolvd - renewable penetration levered by efficient low voltage distribution grids: specifcations and use case analysis

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The paper presents the RESOLVD (Renewable penetration levered by efficient low voltage distribution grids) project, which aims to improve the efficiency and the hosting capacity of distribution networks in a context of highly distributed renewable generation by introducing flexibility (storage management) and control in the low voltage (LV) grid. The analysis methodology - which follows the Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM) framework paradigm- is presented, along with the identified use cases and actors. The proposed initial architecture is also presented, as derived from the use case analysis process together with a cybersecurity analysis of integration and interoperability issues. The research is being motivated by business models and the expected impacts are summarized in the paper ​
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