While transmission systems have to be decoupleable in case of failures, up to now, there is no comparable procedure for controlled islanding of distribution grids. In this work, a concept for a balancing reserve market design is introduced, which would enable distribution grid operators to contract flexibility in order to operate their grids independently. Assumptions are presented on which such a market could be based and elements of it are presented. Furthermore, research gaps in order to develop such market are illustrated.
SiNED Systemdienstleistungen für sichere Stromnetze in Zeiten fortschreitender Energiewende und digitaler Transformation