Researchers, policy makers and regulatory agents, practitioners, system operators, and other Power system engineers, from students to senior experts.
The new DVPP concept fully integrates the dynamic aspects at all levels: locally (for each RES generator), globally (for grid ancillary services and interaction with other neighbour elements of the grid) and economically (for internal optimal dispatch and participation to electricity markets)
A DVPP is a set of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) along with a set of control and operation procedures. This means methodologies for:
- choosing the participating RES, optimal and continuous operation as a whole (especially in case of loss of natural resources – e.g., wind, sun – on a part of the DVPP),
- regulation (in the dynamic sense) to ensure local objectives for each generator,
- participation to ancillary services of the DVPP as a unit and to diminish negative effects of interaction with neighbour dynamics elements of the power system,
- integration in both actual power systems scenarios (with mixed classic and power electronics-based generation) and future ones with high degree of RES penetration