The Directive (EU) 2018/2001 (RED II) requires Member States to authorize the constitution of consumers as self-consumers of renewable electricity by ensuring them non-discriminatory and disproportionate treatment. Member States must establish a favorable framework for promoting and facilitating the development of self-consumption, including in collective form (art. 21). According to the Directive, the granting of rights to renewable energy self-consumers who act collectively allows to increase the energy efficiency of households and helps to combat energy poverty by reducing consumption and supply tariffs. In Italy, the decree n. 162/2019 and then amended with Decree 199/2021 has partially enacted the RED II Directive. On the other hand, it must be observed that after more than 2 years the number of energy communities in Italy is still limited. One of the main barriers is related to the fact that there is no clear indication about how to share the incentive among the REC's members. In this paper, an effective model for the remuneration of the energy community members is proposed and an experiment is carried out in a laboratory environment, supported by Prycam Home devices.

Candela R., Di Silvestre M.L., Gallo P., Riva Sanseverino E., Sciume' G., Zizzo G. (2022). A Remuneration Model of Energy Community Members in Italy. In 2022 Workshop on Blockchain for Renewables Integration, BLORIN 2022 (pp. 206-211). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/BLORIN54731.2022.10028072].

A Remuneration Model of Energy Community Members in Italy

Di Silvestre M. L.;Gallo P.;Riva Sanseverino E.;Sciume' G.;Zizzo G.
2022-01-01

Abstract

The Directive (EU) 2018/2001 (RED II) requires Member States to authorize the constitution of consumers as self-consumers of renewable electricity by ensuring them non-discriminatory and disproportionate treatment. Member States must establish a favorable framework for promoting and facilitating the development of self-consumption, including in collective form (art. 21). According to the Directive, the granting of rights to renewable energy self-consumers who act collectively allows to increase the energy efficiency of households and helps to combat energy poverty by reducing consumption and supply tariffs. In Italy, the decree n. 162/2019 and then amended with Decree 199/2021 has partially enacted the RED II Directive. On the other hand, it must be observed that after more than 2 years the number of energy communities in Italy is still limited. One of the main barriers is related to the fact that there is no clear indication about how to share the incentive among the REC's members. In this paper, an effective model for the remuneration of the energy community members is proposed and an experiment is carried out in a laboratory environment, supported by Prycam Home devices.
2022
Settore ING-IND/33 - Sistemi Elettrici Per L'Energia
Settore ING-INF/05 - Sistemi Di Elaborazione Delle Informazioni
978-1-6654-7249-4
Candela R., Di Silvestre M.L., Gallo P., Riva Sanseverino E., Sciume' G., Zizzo G. (2022). A Remuneration Model of Energy Community Members in Italy. In 2022 Workshop on Blockchain for Renewables Integration, BLORIN 2022 (pp. 206-211). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/BLORIN54731.2022.10028072].
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