The peer-to-peer electricity trading model FRESH:COM developed by TU Wien is part of the case study “Behavior of communities of actors” within the H2020 project openENTRANCE. The model was transformed to an open-source model during the project. It is now publicly available on GitHub at implemented in Python.

The linear optimization model perfectly allocates prosumers’ renewable electricity generation from PV systems supported by battery energy storage systems (BESSs) among the actors of the community, considering each actor’s willingness-to-pay for avoiding emissions and for purchasing PV electricity generated by the community. The prosumers become active participants in decentralized energy markets, in this case a peer-to-peer trading mechanism.

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Case study results

This report (Open ENTRANCE deliverable 6.2) presents results of the 8 case studies performed during the project, covering the main topics of the energy transition.