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Requirements for future control room and visualisation features in the Web-of-Cells framework defined in the ELECTRA project

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This study outlines an overview of the general requirements for the control rooms of the future power systems (2030+). The roles and activities in the future control centres will evolve with respect to the switching, dispatching and restoration functions currently active. The control centre operators will supervise on the power system and intervene-when necessary-thanks to the maturation and wide scale deployment of flexible controls. For the identification of control room requirements, general trends in power system evolution are considered and mainly the outcomes of the ELECTRA IRP project, that proposes a new Web-of-Cell (WoC) power system control architecture. Dedicated visualisation features are proposed, aimed to support the control room operators activities in a WoC-oriented approach. Furthermore, the work takes into account the point of view of network operators about future control rooms and feedback about the proposed visualisation features, collected by means of interviews and questionnaires.
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cea-01923694 , version 1 (15-11-2018)

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Carlo Tornelli, Roberto Zuelli, Mattia Marinelli, Andrei Z. Morch, Laurence Cornez. Requirements for future control room and visualisation features in the Web-of-Cells framework defined in the ELECTRA project. 24th International Conference & Exhibition on Electricity Distribution (CIRED), Jun 2017, Glasgow, United Kingdom. pp.1425 - 1428, ⟨10.1049/oap-cired.2017.0772⟩. ⟨cea-01923694⟩
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