Tomi Medved, PhD Senior Researcher, LEST
Adaptive model of the customer agent in the electricity market
In the recent period, the share of distributed renewable sources of electricity (RES) in the medium-voltage (SN) and low-voltage (NN) distribution network is experiencing an exceptional increase. RES and its variable and uncertain production, especially solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind power plants, which cannot be dispatched, have a significant impact on the reliability of the electricity grid. Distribution network operators (DSOs) have traditionally been dealing with low voltage problems in the peak hours of consumption. Due to the expansion of RES, they have recently begun to deal with overvoltages during the peak production hours.