This page contains a list of all deliverables published within the course of the HONOR project. Deliverables are reports on the results achieved in one or multiple work package tasks. They highlight intermediate achievements and are also used as input for subsequent project tasks.
This document lists the use cases that the HONOR project aims to satisfy through development of a system architecture and eventually demonstration. Despite differences in energy markets and regulations, the ambition of these Use Cases is that they apply equally to actors located in any of countries associated with the HONOR project: Norway, Sweden, Denmark or Germany. Since the EU is leading harmonization between member states of electricity market and operating practices, and the countries where HONOR partners are located have incorporated the latest EU regulations into their own national regulations, the use cases should be relevant anywhere in the EU.
Deliverable D3.2 aims at creating a holistic system architecture for further work in the project towards the flexibility market design and the technical assessment. The sys-tem architecture covers the core business roles towards creating the flexibility market in the project and their relations on different system layers. The elaboration focuses on mapping the proposed architecture on the Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM).
The HONOR project aims to develop and evaluate a trans-regional flexibility market mechanism, determine the optimal operation of flexible resources and their allocation, and integrate cross-sectoral energy flexibility at a community-wide level. One of the critical problems within the practical application of flexibility services is their harmonization with existing operational processes used by TSOs and DSOs. For this reason, the different visions, regulations, and approaches to flexibility utilization and TSO-DSO coordination were considered and systematized in this work. This investigation is essential for developing the HONOR solutions, which will link the new flexibility services to already established processes in the power system.
The HONOR project aims at development and evaluation of a trans-regional flexibility market mechanism, integrating cross-sectoral energy flexibility at a community-wide level. A cornerstone of this work is the development of models and procedures to observe the cyber-physical systems of flexibility markets and detect incoherent and anomalous events. Potential applications are seen in state estimation, flexibility activation monitoring and verification as well as cyber-physical security monitoring of systems and devices. The present work aims at paving the way for the development of monitoring and event detection methods for applications in cyber-physical systems of flexibility markets, such as those mentioned above. Outcome of this work is a systematic representation and connection of monitoring requirements and information streams, supporting the identification and definition of use cases for monitoring and event detection methods in the cyber-physical systems of flexibility markets.