Discover how the FlexiGrid project is shaping the future of energy distribution across Sweden, Bulgaria, Turkey, and Switzerland. Unveil the lessons, challenges, and advancements in flexibility technology that’s redefining our grids.
FlexiGrid introduces an integrated platform, blending blockchain trading with IoT monitoring. As Ralitsa Rumenova from Entra Energy reflects on the energy sector’s evolution, and Carmen Oana from Simavi underscores its adaptability, this platform signals a transformative step for DSOs and FSPs.
FlexiGrid unveils a comprehensive guide for DSOs looking to integrate flexibility into their grid operations. Drawing from four years of experience, the guide, developed in partnership with RISE, sheds light on market-based approaches and emerging regulatory frameworks.
FlexiGrid’s Financial Roadmap has been a game-changer, assisting organizations in procuring crucial EU funding. Collaborating with partners like Spinverse, this tool not only sources funds but offers a comprehensive approach to understanding and strategizing for the dynamic energy sector.
FlexiGrid's consortia meeting in Brussels FlexiGrid held a final consortia meeting in Brussels, hosted by the project partner EMAX. Watch a video...
The FlexiGrid project’s demonstration of flexibility measures and grid services has shown that local energy storage and EVs have great potential for providing valuable grid services. Effective communication architecture between flexible assets, energy management tools, and IoT platforms is crucial for achieving this goal. Learn more about how the FlexiGrid project is paving the way towards a more resilient distribution grid that leverages local resources for greater sustainability.
Ongoing policy and legislative change offer both challenges and opportunities of increased flexibility in local electricity network. Learn more...
The FlexiGrid project, funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, has successfully demonstrated the potential of IoT in enabling a centralised energy market. The project’s Task 6.3, led by experts from Chalmers University of Technology and RISE, aimed to improve the design of two markets and demonstrate them in real-life using a local IoT platform.
FlexiGrid project completes successful demonstration activities for providing grid flexibility with electric vehicles and stationary batteries. Read more about the outcomes and test cases carried out.