Smart energy flexibility for distribution grids
European innovators aim to increase electric grid flexibility and resilience by creating and integrating smart energy technologies into an energy balancing platform.
Real life pilots
The project will implement, test and demonstrate its system solutions with different flexibility and resilience functionalities in four demonstration sites across Europe and at an additional in-lab emulator.
It will tackle different challenges such as interoperability, demand response and integration of smart- grid solutions.
University of Málaga
University of Calabria
JUNIA and ICL
Jutland Summer Houses
Frankfurt an der Oder (Germany)
IHP In-Lab Emulator
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