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Hybrid LSC-Management of trans sectoral energy carriers for local sustainable communities

The Hybrid LSC project will analyze how Energy Communities (EnCos) can be motivated for collective actions beyond sharing (electric) energy and how Energy Community Operating Models can be developed for sustainable EnCos depending on the region (urban, rural), energy and resources network (e.g. water infrastructure) potential.
An important innovation in this project is the testing of different control strategies in several demonstration sites. LSCs exist to benefit by providing services to their members and the local community. They harness the renewable energy projects not just to provide a modest return on investment to their members, but to fund social programs, invest in energy efficiency in public buildings, create local employment, address various community development needs, and combat energy poverty. In this way, LSCs ensure that economic value generated by the energy transition is retained locally. “Hybrid LSC” will develop the optimal configuration, design and operation of LSCs with citizen interaction in order to identify citizens’ needs and be able to propose solutions that will satisfy and improve their quality of service.

Ausgangssituation

Energy Communities (EnCos) have been recognized as a possible effective and cost-efficient way to use distributed energy technologies and consumer empowerment in order to meet citizens‘ needs and expectations regarding energy sources, services and local participation. By actively engaging consumers, EnCos have the potential to facilitate the uptake of new technologies and consumption patterns, including smart distribution grids and demand response, thereby increasing energy efficiency and helping to fight energy poverty through lower energy costs.

 

Projektinhalt

An important innovation in this project is the testing of different control strategies in several demonstration sites. LSCs exist to benefit by providing services to their members and the local community. They harness the renewable energy projects not just to provide a modest return on investment to their members, but to fund social programs, invest in energy efficiency in public buildings, create local employment, address various community development needs, and combat energy poverty. In this way, LSCs ensure that economic value generated by the energy transition is retained locally. “Hybrid LSC” will develop the optimal configuration, design and operation of LSCs with citizen interaction in order to identify citizens’ needs and be able to propose solutions that will satisfy and improve their quality of service.

Projektverlauf

The Hybrid LSC project will analyze how EnCos can be motivated for collective actions beyond sharing (electric) energy and how Energy Community Operating Models can be developed for sustainable EnCos depending on the region (urban, rural), energy and resources network (e.g. water infrastructure) potential. The novelty of this project is to demonstrate the use of the flexibility, energy efficiency and renewable generation potential of Local Sustainable Communities (LSCs) for the energy system in a broader context beyond the limits of LSCs themselves and their internal energy service needs. Consequently, different segments of the energy supply chain need to be addressed when enabling collective actions of end customers.

Meilensteine

  1. Control algorithm system implemented
  2. Evaluation of Field Trials
  3. Scalability guidelines elaborated

"Die Bildung einer nachhaltigen Energiegemeinschaft ist nicht möglich, wenn man nur auf Energieansätze fokussiert ist. Die Bedürfnisse von den BewohnerInnen sind nämlich deutlich vielfältiger und reichen von Anforderungen im Bereich Strom und Heizung über Mobilität bis hin zur Wasserversorgung und Abfallentsorgung. Im Zentrum des Projekts „Hybrid LSC“ (Local Sustainable Communities; lokale nachhaltige Gemeinschaften) geht es einerseits um die bekannten Ansätze durch Teilen von Energie, wie gemeinsame Energieerzeugung, -nutzung und -speicherung und andererseits um das Teilen von lokalen Ressourcen und anderen Versorgungs- und Entsorgungsleistungen – so werden zum Beispiel auch Wasser und Abfall einbezogen."

- ZITAT Georg Lettner -

Ergebnisse

The project has the following specific objectives (SO):
• SO1: Validate solutions for decarbonisation of the local energy system while ensuring a positive impact on the wider energy infrastructure, on the local economy and local social aspects, and local air quality
• SO2: Enhance the involvement of local energy consumers and producers, by creating energy communities in the development and the operation of local energy systems and test new business models
• SO3: Validate approaches, strategies, interfaces and tools to safely and securely operate an integrated local energy system across energy vectors (electricity, heating, cooling, water, wastes, etc.) in order to integrate higher shares of renewables while providing flexibilities to the system
• SO4: Benchmark technical solutions and business models that can be replicated in many regions and that are acceptable by local citizens.
• SO5: Development and implementation of software solutions of LSC-ICT architecture and an open “Decision Making Tool for Energy Communities”

Steckbrief

Projektnummer

880768

Koordinator

TU Wien Energy Economics Group

Partner

AEE INTEC – https://www.aee-intec.at/
BAR Vermögensverwaltungs GmbH
Energie Burgenland AG – https://www.energieburgenland.at/
EVN AG – https://www.evn.at/
Forschung Burgenland GmbH – https://www.forschung-burgenland.at/
Joanneum Research – https://www.joanneum.at/
NÖ Energie- und Umweltagentur GmbH – https://www.enu.at/
Thomas Schwarzl IT – Smart Energy Management – https://makerspace.at/
Vereinigung der Österreichische Zementindustrie – https://voez.at/
Wien Energie GmbH – https://www.wienenergie.at/
Energie Zukunft Niederösterreich – https://www.ezn.at/

Schlagwörter

Energy Community, end customer, sharing, thermal concrete activation

Projektleitung

Georg Lettner, lettner@eeg.tuwien.ac.at

Dauer

01/04/2021 - 31/03/2024

Budget

2,173,560€