Discover the Manual Frequency Restoration & Replacement Reserves in France

The Manual Frequency Restoration & Replacement Reserves (mFRR & RR) are implemented by the French TSO, RTE, to balance the power grid. After the secondary reserve, they are used to manually restore the frequency of the power grid. 

This service can be combined with other services such as Capacity Mechanism

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Who can participate?

1. 

An asset PRODUCING OR CONSUMING ELECTRICITY.

2. 

An asset able to MODULATE ITS ELECTRIC POWER WITHIN 13 MINUTES (MFRR) OR 30 MINUTES (RR).

3.

An asset able to OCCASIONALLY MODULATE ITS ELECTRIC POWER DURING 2 HOURS (MFRR) OR 1H30 (RR).


How does it work?

 

All assets answering positively to the above mentioned requirements can participate in this service through different ways: 

 

An asset consuming electricity will have to decrease its consumption within 13 minutes (mFRR) or within 30 minutes (RR). 

 

- Illustration of an asset consuming less electricity to provide mFRR

 

An asset producing electricity will have to increase its production within 13 minutes (mFRR) or within 30 minutes (RR).

 

 Illustration of an asset producing more electricity to provide mFRR -

Your remuneration

Flexcity remunerates you for making your flexible power available to the grid (availability remuneration) and the real modulation of this flexible power (activation remuneration).

In 2021, a flexible asset always available could have generated up to 11k€/MW in mFRR of availability remuneration according to market prices, and could have been combined with an additional remuneration from RR.

You want to estimate your mFRR & RR potential remuneration? 


They participate with us in mFRR & RR

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Veolia Water France valorizes the electric flexibility of its process with Flexcity

Flexcity valorizes the electric flexibility of hundreds of Veolia Water's sites by using their storage capacity and the natural inertia at wastewater treatment and drinking water plants.

 

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