This panel session investigates possible energy futures and have an open debate on open options of the future energy supply.
Since May 2015, flow-based market coupling is in place in Western Europe (Belgium, Netherlands, Germany/Austria and France). Flow-based market coupling (FBMC) replaced the available transfer capacity (ATC) method to calculate the available cross-border transmission capacity in the day-ahead market. In this panel session, different stakeholders present and discuss the lessons learned after one year flow-based market coupling.
This special session will focus on the question how to optimally aggregate and integrate flexibility, coming from different – sometimes very local – sources such as demand response, storage and flexible generation, into different kinds of existing and future markets.
This panel will showcase the applications of uncertainty-based research at all levels of the power system – from understanding the role of consumers when making control decisions in uncertain energy systems through to incorporating uncertainty models into large-scale power system security analysis.