TRINITY addresses the EU’s Research Horizon Framework 2020 Programme within the call Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: secure, clean and efficient energy (“LC-SC3-ES-2-2019: Solutions for increased regional cross-border cooperation in the transmission grid”.
The aim of TRINITY is to develop a set of solutions that will support the integration of the electricity markets in South East Europe and enhance cooperation and coordination among the transmission system operators, whilst promoting higher penetration of clean renewable energies.
TRINITY's team, composed of 19 partners from 11 countries includes as end-users: 6 Transmission System Operators (TSOs), 5 Nominated Electricity Market Operators (NEMOs), 1 Regional Security Coordinator (RSC) and 3 Renewable Energy Source (RES) promoters.
The project started in 2019 and it will be completed in 2023.
More information about TRINITY project can be found on TRINITY website: http://trinityh2020.eu/
EKC role in TRINITY
EKC has a role of Technical Manager, WP4 leader and T-SENTINEL Toolset developer in the TRINITY project.
The main involvement of EKC within the project is to develop novel concepts, methodologies and software solutions for two TRINITY products:
- T-SENTINEL TOOLSET which deals with Regional Security Centres and Transmission System Operators functions of remedial action optimization, redispatching cost sharing, cross border capacity calculation.
- T-MARKET FRAMEWORK which deals with electricity market mechanisms related to intraday market, cross border balancing reserve cooperation and guarantees of origin.