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Identifier (domain+id)Responsible partnerDELTA ComponentSprintCompetency Question /
Natural language sentence (fact)
AnswerStatus (Proposed, Accepted, Rejected, Pending, Deprecated)Superseded byCommentsExtracted from (provenance)Priority
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delta-1UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1Each agent belongs to a clusterRejected
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delta-2UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1There is a power provider and recipientA
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delta-3UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The inter-cluster trading has an agent and cluster providerRejected
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delta-4UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The inter-cluster trading has an agent and cluster recipientRejected
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delta-5UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The inter-cluster trading includes power valueRejected
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delta-6UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1Each power value is calculated for a timestampRejected
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delta-7UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading has a cluster providerRejected
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delta-8UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading has a cluster recipientRejected
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delta-9UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading includes power valueRejected
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delta-10UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading depends on the market buy priceRejected
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delta-11UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading depends on the market sell priceRejected
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delta-12UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading depends on the loadRejected
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delta-13UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading depends on the load generationRejected
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delta-14UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cross-cluster trading depends on the flexible loadRejected
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delta-15UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The inter-cluster trading depends on the market sell priceRejected
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delta-16UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The inter-cluster trading depends on the loadRejected
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delta-17UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The inter-cluster trading depends on the load generationRejected
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delta-18UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The inter-cluster trading depends on the flexible loadRejected
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delta-19UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cluster flexibility defines an interval of power valuesRejected
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delta-20UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cluster flexibility depends on the market sell priceRejected
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delta-21UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cluster flexibility depends on the loadRejected
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delta-22UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cluster flexibility depends on the load generationRejected
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delta-23UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The cluster flexibility depends on the flexible loadRejected
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delta-24UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1A virtual node estimates the bid capacity soldRejected
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delta-25UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1
A virtual node calculates teh flexibility up/down indicator through the devices
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delta-26UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1
There are different types of Market bid price: day-ahead, intra-day and A
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delta-27UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1Each bid capacity sold is available during a period of timeA
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delta-28UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1The electric parameters include Load, Voltage and FrequencyA
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delta-29UCYGrid Stability Simulation Engine
1An agent has associated a voltage inestability interval Pending
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delta-30UCYGrid Stability Simulation Engine
1The voltage inestability interval is related to a particular timestampPending
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delta-31UCYGrid Stability Simulation Engine
1An agent has associated a frequency inestability interval Pending
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delta-32UCYGrid Stability Simulation Engine
1The frequency inestability interval is related to a particular timestampPending
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delta-33CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each node uses scheduled flexibility capacity A
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delta-34CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each medium voltage assets is associated to a scheduled flexibility capacity A
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delta-35CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each device measures the real time flexibility valuesA
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delta-36CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each medium voltage assets measures the real time generation valuesA
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delta-37CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each medium voltage assets measures the real time consumtion valuesA
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delta-38CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each medium voltage assets measures the real time storage valuesRejected
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delta-39CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each node has to calculate a corrected value associatedA
Corrected energy value
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delta-40CERTHAsset Handling Optimization1Each energy value has associated an incentiveA
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delta-41HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2A prosumer is a spatial thingA
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delta-42HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2Each prosumer has forecasted a flexibility capacityA
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delta-43HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2Each prosumer has associated its consumptionA
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delta-44HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2Each prosumer has associated its generationA
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delta-45HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2There are different types of customer: small, largeA
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delta-46HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2A reward can be given to a prosumerRejected
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delta-47HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2A virtual node belongs to a clusterA
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delta-48HITT4.2. Energy Portfolio Segmentation & Classification2A customer belongs to a virtual nodeA
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delta-49UCYSelf Portfolio Energy Balancing1A virtual node uses the bid capacity soldA
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delta-50CERTH
Node Flexibility Data Monitoring and profiling
3A profiles is needed to assess the DVN and devicesA
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delta-51CERTHNode Flexibility Data Monitoring and profiling3A profile has different parametersA
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delta-52CERTHNode Flexibility Data Monitoring and profiling3There are different types of devicesA
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delta-53CERTHInnovative Customer Engagement Tool3Device belongs to a customerPending
Already added to the ontology
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delta-54CERTHInnovative Customer Engagement Tool3Customer has incentives based on the social interaction and cooperationPending
Already added to the ontology
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delta-55CERTHInnovative Customer Engagement Tool3A device can be a prosumer or a consumerPending
Already added to the ontology
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Grid Stability Simulation Engine
4There are two types of constraints rleated to the grid: Voltage and Frequency
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