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Fast frequency response with BESS: A comparative analysis of Germany, Great Britain and Sweden

: Hollinger, Raphael; Motte Cortés, Agustín; Erge, Thomas

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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers -IEEE-:
15th International Conference on the European Energy Market, EEM 2018 : 27-29 June 2018, Lodz
Piscataway, NJ: IEEE, 2018
ISBN: 978-1-5386-1488-4
ISBN: 978-1-5386-1489-1
International Conference on the European Energy Market (EEM) <15, 2018, Lodz>
European Commission EC
H2020-Societal Challenges - Secure, clean and efficient energy - Low Carbon Energy; 646463; NETFFICIENT
Energy and economic efficiency for today’s smart communities through integrated multi storage technologies
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer ISE ()
Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS); Power Reserve Markets; Frequency Containment Reserve; Enhanced Frequency Response; Firm Frequency Response

Technical regulatory frameworks have a great influence in the operation and prospects for Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) as providers of fast frequency response. Following this premise, provision of fast frequency response with BESS in Germany, Great Britain and Sweden is analyzed for the products available in each country. An operation strategy, which dynamically utilizes degrees of freedom (DEGOF) found explicitly or implicitly in regulation, maintains the battery's state of charge (SoC) while also reducing cycling. The extent to which the operation strategy is beneficial for BESS prospects is limited by the adequacy of the technical regulatory framework and the available DEGOF. This strategy provides operational improvements for all products considered, with the largest improvement potentials seen for the products available in Great Britain (FFR and EFR).