Journal article Open Access
Luca Orrù, Giuseppe Lisciandrello, Stefano Gliozzi, Marco De Ieso, Antonello Aita, Riccardo Vignali and Guido Coletta
Power grids are getting through great transformations principally driven by massive Renewable Energy Sources penetration. Therefore, Transmission Systems Operators are currently working on building know-how to exploit new flexibility from this new class of generators installed throughout the system. In this context, the European Commission project OSMOSE aims at developing and testing a new Zonal-Energy Management System in order to coordinate innovative resources for congestion management in transmission and sub-transmission power grids, which is going to be tested in a portion of the sub-transmission system in the South of Italy. This paper describes the main architecture of the proposed Energy Management System and the first insights on the ongoing experimentation.
An innovative short-term congestion management.pdf