Process approaches for the integration of controllable consumers and producers in the energy market, taking account of the distribution grid
Medium term, the availability of controllable decentralized feeders and loads within the low-voltage distribution grid provides grid operators with a major challenge but also a great opportunity. Either expansion of the local network area and thus the ability to transport and distribute every kW of power and each kWh of energy. Or the efficient use of the existing infrastructure by appropriate measures to reach a local balance between supply and consumption. In this work, two main process approaches developed within the project sMobiliTy are introduced. Aim is the use of available network capacity as flexibility to integrate controllable resources in the liberalized energy market, taking account of the distribution grid. It will be presented on the example of electric vehicles.