Tagged as: Regional Operation Centre

22 Dec
2020

Energy communities: The sharing economy as a driver in the energy transition

“If the sharing economy can work in other industries – why not in the energy market?”  explains Marko Svetina, CEO at cyberGRID and partner of CROSSBOW project. In a mindful residential community, borrowing a cup of sugar from your neighbour means much more than just money-saving for a single person. 

14 Dec
2020

Major improvements on the Individual Grid Model (IGM) Quality Assessment

During October 2020, EMS partner released a new software version for Individual Grid Model (IGM) Quality Assessment with major improvements. This software is critical for the implementation of the CROSSBOW Regional Operation Centre Balancing Cockpit (ROC-BC) product, since several regional processes require proper quality of IGM (e.g. creation of Common

30 Nov
2020

Cybersecurity in the electric power system

According to the EU legislation, critical infrastructure refers to assets and systems that are essential for the well-being of the citizens. The disruption of these systems would have a significant impact on maintaining the safety and security of the citizens, their health, economic and social activities. Electricity transmission systems are

26 Nov
2020

Successful demonstrations in Serbia

A demonstration of the setting of the over-frequency protection in a protective device in the Wind Power Plants of Košava (Serbia) from the National Dispatching Centre Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition system was successfully performed by the CROSSBOW partners involved in the Regional Operation Centre.

12 Nov
2020

Introducing pathways to relaxing regional cross-border power exchanges at MEDPOWER 2020

The 9th of November,  CROSSBOW project has participated in the online MEDPOWER 2020 conference by organising the panel session “CROSSBOW – pathways to relaxing regional cross-border power exchanges”.

03 Nov
2020

Cross-border sharing of frequency restoration reserves

The cross-border interaction of different countries’ electricity systems should not be limited to exchanging energy. A key aspect in the secure operation of the European power system is the commitment of sufficient reserves to restore power balance, considering the inherent variability of continuously increasing renewable generation and large contingencies, such