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Virtual Power Plants (VPPs) are distributed portfolios of energy resources that are aggregated to provide wholesale energy market services by a VPP aggregator.
Private electricity networks integrating embedded generation and storage, connected to a wider public distribution network, often incorporating electricity sales to multiple customers.
A smaller electrical grid operated as a single system, sometimes with the ability to be grid-connected or islanded, traditionally dependent on thermal generation for firm capacity.
EV charging networks are distributed portfolios of EV charging infrastructure, with different supply costs and network constraints at each location to be optimized.
Trucks, buses, delivery vehicles, and mining and materials handling equipment; all with operating schedules, power limits, energy costs, and workload requirements.
Large stand-alone or hybrid battery energy storage systems (BESS) connected to the grid and operated to provide grid and market services.
Transmission or distribution-connected power systems, sometimes with co-located load or storage, selling energy via Power Purchase Agreements, or on a wholesale ‘merchant’ basis.
Integrated generation, storage, and demand flexibility solutions deployed behind-the-meter to reduce supply costs and emissions, or to generate revenue from market and network services.
Sometimes called a Community Battery or Neighbourhood Battery, these are front-of-meter distributed connected batteries operated to share value with local energy users.
Community-owned or group purchased small-scale solar farms with value flowing to multiple customers, often facilitated by an electricity retailer.
A hydrogen electrolyser and associated plant for compression, storage, and transport, often with integrated wind or solar generation, or direct on-site hydrogen consumption.
A program to reduce customer load in response to high market prices or power system requirements, with voluntary or automatically dispatched load control.