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Special Session (SS08): NOBEL GRID & WISEGRID projects - Clean energy for All

Tuesday, 20 June 2017
16:50 - 18:30

Theatre A

Organiser(s): Lola Alacreu, ETRA I+D, Spain


NOBEL GRID & WISEGRID H2020 projects, with a total budget of 30 M€ in the area of Smart Grids and Storage, will provide a set of solutions, technologies and business models to increase the smartness, stability and security of an open, consumer-centric European energy grid and provide cleaner and more affordable energy for European citizens, through an enhanced use of storage technologies and electro-mobility and a highly increased share of RES. These projects are providing applications for different actors, such as prosumers, DSOs, aggregators and EV fleet operators, and advanced smart metering solutions, in order to share the benefits of the European Smart Grid in a fair, sustainable and efficient way and achieve an all-win situation. In this context, the projects promote, by means of new technologies and business models, collective schemes and community initiatives, giving power and protection to the final consumer, a more competitive and well-functioning internal energy market, and help address serious social problems of vulnerable consumers and energy poverty.
Specifically, NOBEL GRID & WISEGRID H2020 projects focus on players such as electric cooperatives or public institutions –e.g. municipalities-, since it has been demonstrated that these organisations are the most effective to tackle the transition to energy democracy. Moreover, NOBEL GRID & WISEGRID H2020 projects are not just aiming at quantitative improvements brought by innovative technology, but to use technology innovation to support a change of paradigm in the energy market, including energy accumulation systems and the integration of charging infrastructure to favour the large-scale deployment of electric vehicles.

Presentations and Speakers

1. “General Presentation of Nobel Grid and WiseGRID projects” by Ana María Arias, ETRA I+D, Spain

2. “Unbundled Smart Meter (USM) Concepts” by Mihai Sanduleac, EXENIR/CRE, Romania

3. “Distribution Grid Management Tools in the Nobel Grid Project” by Aris Dimeas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

4. “Nobel Grid and WiseGRID Tools Demonstration in Real Environments” by Marco Paulucci, ASM Terni, Italy

5. “Advanced energy management system based on the accumulation of energy” by Ander Muelas, AMPERE ENERGY, Spain


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