This paper presents an energy sharing model for an Energy Community, so to divide the energy surplus for the users belonging to the Community. Such strategy considers both users equipped and not equipped with a storage system. One of the problems of the Energy Community can be the distribution of the energy surplus/deficit among the storage systems of the aggregation. The paper simulates an aggregation of two users, dividing the energy surplus between them and carrying out services to the grid. The simulations presents good results and they are useful to suggest how to make the model more accurate.

Sharing energy management model for renewable community self-consumption

Menniti D.;Sorrentino N.;Pinnarelli A.;Vizza P.;Brusco G.;Barone G.
2020

Abstract

This paper presents an energy sharing model for an Energy Community, so to divide the energy surplus for the users belonging to the Community. Such strategy considers both users equipped and not equipped with a storage system. One of the problems of the Energy Community can be the distribution of the energy surplus/deficit among the storage systems of the aggregation. The paper simulates an aggregation of two users, dividing the energy surplus between them and carrying out services to the grid. The simulations presents good results and they are useful to suggest how to make the model more accurate.
978-1-7281-6919-4
Energy community
Energy sharing
Renewable generation
Storage systems management
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