Authors: Félix García Torres, Javier Tobajas, Jesús Martín, Emilio Nieto Centro Nacional del Hidrógeno.
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This work is part of the INTERREG SUDOE IMPROVEMENT project, which aims to install microgrids in public facilities and buildings with critical loads. Given the size of the facilities, the structure of cooperative microgrids is proposed instead of a single microgrid for the integration of renewables. Depending on the planned storage, these facilities can be points of resilience and flexibility for the electricity grid itself. A software based on distributed predictive control has been developed that, guaranteeing the supply of critical loads during a committed period, also allows flexibility support to the System operator.