Pilot testing methodologies, models, scenarios and validation approach

Hamon, Camille and Nikolaev, Nikolay and Andreev, Andrey and Gamov, Nenko and Zahov, Ventsislav and Chovikov, Boyko and Perkin, Samuel and Björnsson, Guðjón and Vergnol, Arnaud and Sprooten, Jonathan and Bukhsh, Waqquas and Tournebise, Pascal and Clement, Remy and Maslo, Karel and Rychlý, Oldřich and Heylen, Evelyn and Hofmann, Matthias and Warland, Leif (2016) Pilot testing methodologies, models, scenarios and validation approach. [Report]

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Abstract

This report describes the pilot tests that will be carried out within GARPUR. The pilot tests aim at assessing and validating, as closely as possible to real-life conditions, the new Reliability Management Approach and Criteria (RMACs) developed in work package 2 and the socio-economic impact assessment framework developed in work package 3, while considering the methodologies and approaches for practical implementation in work packages 4, 5 and 6. The proposed RMACs are compared against the current N-1 practices and approaches determined in work package 1. In addition, some pilot tests will make use of the GARPUR Quantification Platform (GQP) that has been developed by work package 7. A total of eight pilot tests are proposed by five different transmission system operators (TSOs) and given different priority levels for implementation. Three pilot tests make use of the GQP. The five other pilot tests will be implemented at TSOs’ premises in near real-life context. The pilot tests cover real-time operations, short-term operation planning and long-term system development. Different indicators are proposed to assess the proposed reliability management approach and criteria and compare them with current practices. The diversity of the pilot tests in terms of time horizons and the number of involved TSOs demonstrate the general nature of the reliability management approach and criteria proposed within GARPUR.

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Hamon, Camille, Nikolaev, Nikolay, Andreev, Andrey, Gamov, Nenko, Zahov, Ventsislav, Chovikov, Boyko, Perkin, Samuel, Björnsson, Guðjón, Vergnol, Arnaud, Sprooten, Jonathan, Bukhsh, Waqquas ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5765-0747, Tournebise, Pascal, Clement, Remy, Maslo, Karel, Rychlý, Oldřich, Heylen, Evelyn, Hofmann, Matthias and Warland, Leif;