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Distributed generation in the Dutch electricity market

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
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  • Electrical Engineering: Report Series
  • Energy (General)
  • Electric Power Generation
  • Electricity Supply: Operation And Tariffs. Electric Power Utilisation
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Energy Market
  • Energy Management
  • Electricity Supply - Reliability
  • Electricity Supply - Economics
  • Electric Energy - Generation
  • Ecology
  • Economics


T II I~ technische universiteit eindhoven -~'-------- Capaciteitsgroep Elektrische Energietechniek Electrical Power Systems Distributed Generation in the Dutch Electricity Market by: J. Frunt EPS.o6.A.I8o Defaeulteit Elektrotechniek van de Technische Universiteit Eindhoven aanvaardt geen verantwoordelijkheid voor de inhoud van stage- en afttudeerverslagen Afstudeerwerk verricht o.1.v.: prof. ir. W.L. Kling dr. ir. J.M.A. Myrzik drs. F.A. Nobel ir. D.A.M. Klaar mei 2006 / faculteit elektrotechniek Preface This report is the final report for my master study Sustainable Energy Technology. This interdisciplinary master study is taught at Eindhoven University of Technology since September 2003 and focusses on the technical, economical and social aspects of sustainable energy. During the study I chose to specialise into the field of integrating renewable energy sources into the electricity supply system. I did my graduation project at TenneT TSO bv (Arnbem) at the department ofmonitoring and development. TenneT TSO bv is the transmission system operator of the Netherlands and manager of the national electricity transmission (220 & 380 kV) grid. Distributed generation is being implemented into the electricity supply system more and more and TenneT TSO bv was interested in the consequences ofthis transition on the market and on the system ofprogramme responsibility in particular. This report describes the research ofmy graduation work and gives its conclusions. The document may be a point ofdeparture for further research since the integration ofdistributed generation is expected to continue. The report is written for the departments Electrical Power Systems and Sustainable Energy Technology at Eindhoven University of Technology and for TenneT TSO bv. First of all I want to thank my family, my parents who enabled and encouraged me to study, my brothers and Kees. Special thanks go out to Frank Nobel who was my mentor at TenneT TSO bv. Frank helped me setting up the research objectiv

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