Feasibility study on interoperability in Energy Communities
Feasibility study concerning the design and adoption of interoperability specifications implementing data exchange and indicators that estimate evolution and performance of energy communities.
ENEA is developing a reference scenario (see Figure below) providing a digital representation (digital twin) of the Energy Community able to predict and compare different community configurations, starting from data collection (e.g. hourly production and consumption data) up to the simulation and calculation of energy and economic indicators. The feasibility study aims to outline and validate an interoperability layer for this scenario and to highlight the way and advantages of exchanging and collecting data according to common interfaces, such as the opportunity to design, implement, share and compare indicators.
The feasibility study is carried out as part of Spoke2-Workpackage 2 of the Ecosister Project (https://ecosister.it/).