F. W. Bliek

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The accelerating use of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) and new forms of loads connected in the Medium Voltage (MV) and Low Voltage (LV) networks are posing a great challenge for the Distribution System Operators (DSOs) in the near future. The bidirectional and uncertain flow of power may result in congestions at certain points in the distribution(More)
The integration of distributed energy resources (DERs) leads to several technical challenges including capacity limitation in the low-voltage (LV) distribution networks. Different control strategies are being widely developed to influence individual prosumers, i.e. small active consumers /producers, to facilitate demand response (DR) mechanisms. However,(More)
Rapid proliferation of the Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) is posing major operational challenges like congestions and voltage limit violations in the distribution networks. A number of direct and market-based control strategies are being widely developed to address these challenges. While the direct approaches aim to control the loads directly, the(More)
The rapid proliferation of distributed energy resources (DERs) leads to capacity challenges, i.e. network congestions, in the low-voltage (LV) distribution networks. Different types of control strategies are being developed to tackle the challenges with direct switching actions such as load shedding or power curtailment. Alternatively, demand flexibility(More)
The rapid proliferation of distributed energy resources (DERs) leads to capacity challenges, i.e. network congestions, in the low-voltage (LV) distribution networks. A number of strategies are being widely studied to tackle the challenges with direct switching actions such as load shedding or power curtailment. On the other hand, various market-based demand(More)
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