The focus of this chapter is mostly on short-term integration issues and the corresponding need for ancillary services. Here we should remember that policy and regulation influence the need for balancing. Shorter gate-closure times in the power market, for instance, allow better forecasting and create the opportunity to re-dispatch generators before the need for balancing arises. Allowing new actors into the market, especially from the demand side, also helps providing the required services at the lowest possible cost.
|Title of host publication||DTU International Energy Report 2014 : Wind energy — drivers and barriers for higher shares of wind in the global power generation mix|
|Editors||Hans Hvidtfeldt Larsen, Leif Sønderberg Petersen|
|Publisher||Technical University of Denmark|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
Karlsson, K. B., Kitzing, L., Katz, J., Sørensen, P. E., Cutululis, N. A., & Hansen, A. D. (2014). Challenges and solutions for energy systems with high shares of wind energy. In H. Hvidtfeldt Larsen, & L. Sønderberg Petersen (Eds.), DTU International Energy Report 2014: Wind energy — drivers and barriers for higher shares of wind in the global power generation mix (pp. 63-71). Technical University of Denmark.