Title: An Algorithm for the Temporary Acquisition of Control over Third Party Assets in Active Network Management
Authors: Törsleff, Sebastian 
Linnenberg, Tobias 
Wassermann, Erik 
Fay, Alexander  
Derksen, Christian 
Loose, Nils 
Issue Date: 2017
Document Type: Conference Paper
Project: Agent.HyGrid 
Conference: Conference on Sustainable Energy Supply and Energy Storage Systems (NEIS 2017) 
Active network management (ANM) is a promising approach to cope with the proliferation of distributed generation from renewables. The distribution system operator (DSO) can utilize its own assets in this regard, e.g. by installing remotely controllable on load tap changer transformers. Additionally, the DSO can incorporate distributed energy resources from third parties into its active network management. This, however, involves specific challenges such as dealing with temporary unavailabilities of these systems and ensuring a smooth transition between autonomous control and control by the DSO. This contribution presents an extended ANM control algorithm that addresses these challenges.
Organization Units (connected with the publication): Automatisierungstechnik 
Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi) 
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