This WP aims to identify the ideal storage solutions that are adequate for the islanded case of Cyprus. Further, the required techno-economic framework for different storage solutions will be developed in order to allow the massive installation of energy storage devices in the Cyprus power system. This WP will deploy two different novel storage solutions that will be able to compensate the intermittent character of renewables for enabling an even higher penetration of renewables without risking the power system integrity. The beneficial effects of adopting the proposed novel storage solutions will be proved through the two demonstration pilot sites, which will pave the way for the massive exploitation of the proposed solutions. This WP supports Specific Objectives 3 and 6 and General Objectives A and B.
D6.1: Report on small scale and large scale storage units suited for islanded power systems (TPAD – Month 15) – Completed
D6.2: Report on the local control algorithms for storage solutions (UCY – Month 32) – Completed
Includes the development and validation (through simulations) of the proposed control methods.
D6.3: Report on required grid regulations for connecting storage solutions (CERA – Month 44) – Completed
D6.4: Report on the development and operation of Pilot System I (TPAD – Month 44) – Completed
D6.5: Report on the development and operation of Pilot System II (EAC – Month 44) – Completed
Timing and role of partners
WP Leader: TPAD
WP Participants: UCY, TSOC, EAC, CERA, DT, OEB, CEA, MCIT