– the pricing methods for each standard product for control energy should aim at an economically efficient use of lateral load compensation resources and other compensation resources subject to operational safety limits. The response to demand is better understood in the context of National Grid requirements. 3. In the case of voltage adjustment with shutdown or re-engagement of static compensation devices, any consumption installation connected to the transfer or to any closed distribution system connected to the transfer shall be able to connect, directly or indirectly, individually or in general, its static compensation devices in the context of demand aggregation by a third party in response to an instruction transmitted by the TSO concerned or: – either under the conditions defined in the contract between the TSO concerned and the owner of the application facility or the CDSO. There are several different markets within DSR, but the two largest and most common are the Capacity and Fixed Frequency (FFR) market. You will receive revenue to participate in DSR, and the amount you receive will depend on which of the different response services (or energy markets) you will participate in and how quickly your assets will be able to respond to incoming signals – the faster, the better. All systems award contracts under a competition procedure, with the exception of Portugal and Ireland, which set prices administratively. Currently, in Germany, the demand for services usually outweighs the supply, so prices are set administratively. Changes to the plan can address this issue by reducing aggregate demand. The systems applied are prescribed by contractual agreements and the skills required are briefly described in public documents. In general, the loads controlled by the frequency must give a reaction equivalent to that of rotating machines.
In accordance with point (29) of Article 2 of Directive 2009/72/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 establishing common rules for the internal market in electricity and repealing Directive 2003/54/E, `energy efficiency/demand management` means a comprehensive or integrated approach aimed at influencing the level and timing of electricity consumption in order to reduce primary energy consumption and peak loads by investing in energy efficiency or other measures, such as.B. flammable supply contracts, which take precedence over investments to increase production capacity, where the former are the most efficient and economical option, taking into account the positive environmental effects of reducing energy consumption and related aspects of security of supply and distribution costs. . . .