SDRC 9.8a 4 Cold Thermal LV Network Energy Storage

Posted on January 10th, 2017

This report meets the requirements of the New Thames Valley Vision (NTVV) Full Bid Submission [Ref. 01] and the associated change control documentation that was formally agreed by Ofgem [Ref. 02] for Successful Delivery Reward Criteria (SDRC) 9.8(a) Cold Thermal LV Network Energy Storage . Cold thermal storage technology has been installed at three commercial […]

SDRC 9.1c Evidence Report: Demand Side Response

Posted on September 9th, 2016

The importance of distribution businesses conducting Demand Side Response (DRS) has been recognised in the regulation of energy networks. The NTVV project seeks to better understand the needs of business customers, with particular focus on the role DSR can play in managing distribution network constraints. This document outlines the steps that were taken to establish […]

SDRC 9.8a 2 & 3: Demand Side Response Evaluation & Network Controlled Demand Side Response & Energy Efficiency

Posted on September 9th, 2016

The importance of distribution businesses conducting Demand Side Response (DRS) has been recognised in the regulation of energy networks. The NTVV project seeks to better understand the needs of business customers, with particular focus on the role DSR can play in managing distribution network constraints. This document outlines the steps that were taken to establish […]

SDRC 9.4(b) Evidence Report: Install 30 thermal energy storage devices

Posted on September 9th, 2016

SSEPD confirms that this criterion has been met through the installation of 30 energy storage devices (EMMAs) within domestic properties around Bracknell. This document provides details of the completion of the installation of 30 EMMAs, and presents the findings identified in line with the evidence criteria specified for the Successful Delivery Reward Criteria (SDRC). It is confirmed that: […]

SDRC 9.4d Evidence Report: Produce learnings from energy storage and power electronic deployment

Posted on September 9th, 2016

The New Thames Valley Vision (NTVV) full bid submission [ Ref. 1] defines the Successful Delivery Reward Criteria (SDRC) that must be met in line with the project milestones. The full bid submission should be read in conjunction with the relevant change control documentation. The key topics covered within this report, as defined by the SDRC evidence requirements, […]

SDRC 9.8a (4) Evidence Report: LV Network Storage – ESMU Trials

Posted on September 9th, 2016

The New Thames Valley Vision (NTVV) full bid submission [Ref. 01] defines the Successful Delivery Reward Criteria (SDRC) that must be met in line with the project milestones. The full bid submission should be read in conjunction with the relevant change control documentation [Ref. 02 and Ref. 03]. The key topics covered within this report […]

SDRC 9.8a Part 4: LV Network Energy Storage

Posted on September 1st, 2016

The EMMA units deployed in NTVV have a control algorithm especially configured for this project to adjust the amount of PV energy exported on to the network by diverting excess amounts to a conventional hot water storage tank via the customers existing immersion heater. The units, adjusted for this project: use a learning model of […]

SDRC 9.4c Evidence Report: Install 25 LV Connected Batteries

Posted on September 1st, 2016

The NTVV project has installed and connected 25 ESMUs as per the criteria defined in SDRC 9.4c. The installation of these devices will help Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution (SSEPD) and all other GB DNOs understand the benefits to network operation and capacity that these units may bring and also quantify the cost benefit […]

SDRC 9.4a – Discussion Document: Energy Storage and Power Electronics on the Low Voltage Distribution Network

Posted on September 1st, 2016

Power Electronics and Energy Storage The New Thames Valley Vision will deploy power electronics and storage (ESMU) to allow the existing network to respond more flexibly. This will maintain the network within the technical standards identified above whilst also maintaining or improving the efficiency of the network as customers change their energy behaviour as they […]