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The Spanish Demonstrator in Castellon focuses on the enhancement of the MV and LV network automation and the awareness of the customers about their consumption and network situation.
The strategic goal of BESOS is to enhance existing neighbourhoods with decision support system to provide coordinated management of public infrastructures in Smart Cities, and at the same time provide citizens with information to promote sustainability and energy efficiency.
Estfeed project built a software platform capable to integrate many data sources and to provide appropriate services to convert these data into valuable information for energy flexibility management, energy efficiency, audit and benchmarking.
The goal of the KIC-ASS project (Knowledge and Innovation Community – Active Sub Stations) is to bring research institutes and industry together to develop key cost efficient components for future smart secondary substations, thus contributing to improved distribution network operation through better distribution network monitoring technologies .
COTEVOS project (Concepts, capacities and Methods for Testing EV Systems and their Interoperability within the Smart Grids) aims to establish the optimal structure and capacities to test the conformance, interoperability and performance of the systems to be included in the Electric Vehicles (EV) smart charging infrastructure.
Within the scope of Smart Grids, stakeholders coming from different areas of expertise need to co-operate in order to design solutions that optimise electricity network management. Particularly relevant in this context is the information exchange between DSOs and vendors when procuring systems.
Small and medium sized decentralised generation units as well as commercially used consumption applications can play a key role in a future energy supply system. This is especially true for decentralised generation units: they don’t need to rely on the further construction of transmission network capacities since they are situated close to the actual demand side. In addition, from a physical point of view, the total capacity of generation from this type of generation unit can be multiplied in the future.
The Smart Watts project was initiated within the German E-Energy programme on the development and testing of Smart Grids (2008 – 2021). The project consortium‘s declared goal lay in the design and implementation of an unbundling compliant information and control model for the energy system that supplies all market participants with near real-time data on generation and consumption of energy. That way, an intelligent supply management is enabled by a comprehensive control and optimisation of energy portfolios.
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