FlexiGrid’s consortia meeting in Brussels
FlexiGrid held a final consortia meeting in Brussels, hosted by the project partner EMAX. Watch a video from the event with interviews with the project leaders.
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.
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.
We want to share a short update about two project partners, Entra Energy and Energo-Pro, who are busy preparing the activities of the Bulgarian demo case.
FlexiGrid has studied which barriers DSOs face and which strategies can be used to create the conditions for more innovation.
Verzhinia Ivanova from Entra Energy’s bachelor thesis ‘New opportunities on energy markets by the example of FlexiGrid’.
The FlexiGrid partner HES-SO University hosted the consortia meeting in Sion, Switzerland in December 2022. Focus of the meeting, as the project is...
Local electricity markets where you get paid to be flexible is one way of contributing to solving the energy challenges of the future.The increased...
There will be 1 million electric vehicles on Turkey's roads by 2030, and studies show that electricity demand by 2030 will be met if the policies...
Watch researcher Jessen Page, HES-SO, explain how his group develops flexibility services for the local grid owner.
Local flexibility services reduce the transmission system’s operation and investment costs even in the absence of TSO-DSO coordination, as long as local flexibility was procured by the DSOs to reduce the peak power cost of their distribution grids.
Energo-Pro, one of the three biggest DSOs in Bulgaria, will be choosing around 20 participants producers, prosumers and consumers, connected to its network. We have listed the typical stages of a flexibility deal.
Consumers of electricity can provide important flexibility to the power grid during peak-hours. By connecting a smart meter the consumers get access to a flexibility market provided by FlexiGrid.
Horizon 2020 projects FlexiGrid and Coordinet collaborate in this webinar about the major obstacles that flexibility markets face. This webinar is in Swedish.
This spring we started the demonstration phase at FlexiGrid’s demo site at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. The site is owned by Akademiska Hus and developed by them in collaboration with Chalmers. In the video Chalmers researcher David Steen gives an update.
Learn about the Eflex platform, FlexiGrid’s trading platform enabling flexibility for the power grid.
Watch our webinar about congestion forecasting. In this webinar the Horizon 2020 projects FlexiGrid and BD4OPEM collaborate and present their findings regarding congestion forecasting.
In FlexiGrid’s Turkish demo case, the electrical vehicle is used as an asset to limit the potential congestion-related problems in the future and provide flexibility in the local distribution network.
The IoT platform is at the core of FlexiGrid, connecting all the technology developed in the project. Controls and monitors the flexibility that the electric vehicle can provide.
Currently, within the scope of the FlexiGrid project, a demo-area to test energy flexibility services is being built in Switzerland, led by HES-SO.
The energy system is transforming from traditional to cleaner energy sources. With new technologies, this leads to changes. Turmoil in the energy markets and the record
With an increasing demand for electricity, flexibility services become an important part of the green transition towards fossil-free energy....
In this webinar you learn about the possible flexible markets developed by the FlexiGrid project.
The establishment of local energy markets is simplified following an amendment to the Swedish ordinance on exemptions from the requirement for network concessions.
OEDAS is preparing for future scenarios and new business models in the electricity distribution network. In parallel with the increasing number of...