The EUniversal Project aims at enabling the transformation of the energy system into a new multienergy and multi-consumer concept guaranteeing a sustainable, secure and stable electricity supply by bringing forward a universal, adaptable and modular approach through a Universal Market Enabling Interface (UMEI) to interlink active system management with electricity markets and the provision of flexibility services.
To develop such an UMEI, insights into information and other requirements needed for the provision of flexibility services are needed.Deliverable 2.2 Business Use Cases to unlock flexibility service provision
This report therefore describes the Business Use Cases (BUCs) of flexibility delivery in the three demonstrators of the EUniversal project.
For this, the standardized use case methodology (IEC-62559 standard) is applied. This helps to gain a common understanding of functionalities, actors and processes in the different BUCs.
Within the EUniversal’s work plan, Work Package 2 (WP2) aims to specify and develop a fully interoperable, adaptive, evolutive, technology neutral and replicable Distribution System Operator (DSO) interface for flexibility services providers, enabling the standard provision of flexibility and the uptake of existing and new market solutions.