2022 Gartner® Market Guide for Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems

2022 Gartner® Market Guide for Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems

2022-11-08
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In this report, Gartner mentions: “The growth of DERs is forcing utilities to address DER grid and market integration to achieve seamless orchestration to retain system resilience. Energy and utility CIOs can use this guide to understand DERMS functional requirements and gain insights to align and execute new regulatory mandates”.

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    DERMS market definition

    A distributed energy resource management system (DERMS) is a utility software application that manages and orchestrates distributed energy resources (DERs) that are connected to the electric distribution grid. A DERMS makes DERs accessible and beneficial for all market participants, including customers, prosumers, aggregators, retailers, grid owners, grid operators and energy market coordinators by orchestrating DERs’ operational activity across different roles. A minimum DERMS solution includes DER awareness, identification and representation in system models, logical DER grouping, device and status management, real and reactive power dispatches, along with forecasting. Extended functions that turn DERs into controllable flexible resources include schedule exchange, voltage set points, regulation services, microgrid control, optimal dispatch, demand response and dynamic voltage stabilization.

    Gartner, Market Guide for Distributed Energy Ressource Management Systems 11 July 2022, By Lloyd Jones, Zarko Sumic

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