The publicly available reports and deliverables of the REFLEX project are listed in the following table and can be downloaded free of charge.
D5.2 Report on investments in flexibility options considering different market designs
Against the background of several European countries already using or currently considering the implementation of a capacity remuneration mechanism (CRM) as an extension to the energy-only market (EOM), this report provides a quantitative assessment of the long-term cross-border effects of CRMs in the European electricity system.
D6.1 Report on LCA-based framework
The aim of this work is to develop a coherent and transparent methodological framework to guide and codify the application of social environmental life cycle assessment (eLCA and sLCA) specifically for assessing future energy systems as projected by energy systems modelling (ESMs).
D4.1 Overview of techno-economic characteristics of different options for system flexibility provision
This document provides a structured overview on flexibility options for system integration of RES, compared under different criteria. The way of flexibility provision has been categorized in three different types: downward-flexibility (reducing or supplying the positive residual load), upward-flexibility (reducing excess feed-in of renewable energy sources) and shifting-flexibility (spatial or temporal shifting).
D2.1 Data Management Plan (DMP)
This document provides the draft version of the Data Management Plan (DMP) for the REFLEX project according to the Open Research Data Pilot (ORD pilot) under Horizon 2020. The purpose of the DMP is to support the data management life cycle of all data that will be collected, processed or generated by the project.
D5.1 Overview on market design options for European electricity markets
As concerns about generation adequacy are currently rising in Europe, decision makers try to incentivize investments in generating capacities and demand response measures. This document provides an up-to-date overview on currently implemented and proposed market design options in- and outside Europe.
D1.1 Qualitative description of the scenario storylines
This document has the objective to present the draft qualitative description of the scenario storylines for the REFLEX project.
This scenario description provides the overall qualitative framework for the modelling activities in all other Work Packages by setting-up two holistic socio-technical scenarios based on different scenario storylines. That includes the definition of the main framework parameters and a draft of the societal and political environment.