The EUniversal project aims to contribute to the transformation of the electricity grid by overcoming barriers to the implementation of flexibility services by distribution system operators (DSOs) through the development of a Universal Market Enabling Interface (UMEI).
Implementing the UMEI will bring forward an adaptable concept to link active network management with electricity markets that takes the activation needs and coordination requirements with all stakeholders into consideration. As part of the EUniversal project, demonstrators in three sites in Germany (DE), Portugal (PT) and Poland (PL) will develop and validate the services and project solutions.
The main objective of this deliverable is to identify and define the EUniversal Demonstrators Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) which will support the monitoring and assessment procedure of the pilot and project activities.
In addition, the EUniversal project KPIs, associated with the expected impacts of the call under the European Horizon 2020 programme, are also included.
KPIs are a compact and meaningful tool to evaluate the development, optimisation and potential of specific solutions implemented to achieve a use case or a project objective.
In EUniversal, KPIs serve to evaluate the success and impact of the demonstrators and quantify the overall contribution of the project to the primary goal of enabling a transformative and modular interface, the UMEI.