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European Research Project

Enable Ancillary Services by Renewable Energy Sources


The stability and security of the traditional electrical power systems is largely based on the inherent properties of synchronous generators (SGs). Such properties are: the grid-forming capability, the inertia and damping of transients and the provision of large currents during faults.

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The EASY-RES consortium consists of 5 universities, 1 industrial SME, 3 DSOs, 1 TSO and 1 SME acting as dissemination and exploitation manager. The partners inside the consortium have joined after meeting specific requirements related to the foreseen project results and objectives. In addition to the specific skills, the consortium spreads over 6 different EU countries.

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EASY-RES Key facts

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Objective 1
Increase the robustness of the power system towards abrupt frequency changes by introducing virtual inertia and damping in DRES, thereby adopting characteristics similar to SGs.
Objective 2
Contribute to the stability of the grid by providing frequency-dependent active power.
Objective 3
Increase the DRES penetration levels at both LV and medium voltage (MV) level, while avoiding investments for grid reinforcement.
Objective 4
Make the RES more grid-friendly by i) reducing the short-term electric power fluctuations at both DRES and HV/MV substation level and ii) introducing active harmonics filtering to each DRES converter.
Objective 5
Preserve the long-term grid security even under very large DRES penetration, by reducing reserve requirements after fault recovery.
Objective 6
Develop viable business models for all the stakeholders by (i) proposing new metrics for the quantification of the various AS and (ii) evaluating the economic cost and benefit of all the developed AS.


Project members

Konstantinos Gallos
All WPs, except WP3 - Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO, ADMIE) SA
Prof. Hermann de Meer
WP 4 Lead - University of Passau
Florian Niedermeier
WP 4 - Universität Passau
Prof. Dr. Peter Palensky
WP 6 - TU Delft
Andrea Deisenrieder
WP 7 - ZD.B
Dr. David Hutchison
WP 4 - Professor, Lancaster University
Dr. Georgios Kryonidis
WP1, WP2, WP3, and WP4 - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Dr. George Papaioannou
WP1, WP2, WP5, and WP6 - Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO, ADMIE) SA
Achilleas Tsitsimelis
WP1, WP2, WP5, and WP6 - Independent Power Transmission Operator (IPTO, ADMIE) SA
Dr. Miloš Cvetković
WP 6 - TU Delft
Dr. Jose Luis Martinez-Ramos
WP5 Leader - Universidad de Sevilla
Dr. Spyros Gkavanoudis
Technical Manager - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Kyriaki-Nefeli D. Malamaki
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Dr. Juan Manuel Mauricio
WP 2, WP 6 - Universidad de Sevilla
Maximilian Irlbeck
WP 7 Lead - Zentrum Digitalisierung.Bayern

Advisory board

Dr. Antonios Marinopoulos
EASY-RES Advisory Board - Technical Project Officer, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission
Aurélie Beauvais
EASY-RES Advisory Board - Policy Director, SolarPower Europe
Florian Gonzalez
EASY-RES Advisory Board - EDSO
Dr. Susanne Nies
EASY-RES Advisory Board - ENTSO-E
Norela Constantinescu
EASY-RES Advisory Board - ENTSO-E