BEYOND brings forward a reference Big Data Management Platform, on top of which an advanced AI analytics toolkit will be offered allowing for the delivery of derivative data and intelligence out of a blend of real-life building data and relevant data coming from external sources (batch and real-time).
The FLEXCoop develops a novel software platform for active demand response. The aim is to democratize the energy market trough introduction of innovative demand response tools and novel business models and take the role of aggregators, and pays special attention to end-user comfort.
The HOLISDER project builds an open, interoperable and mature framework addressing the needs of the whole demand response chain. HOLISDER enables the end users to participate in the market through implicit and hybrid active demand response schemes.
The CROSSBOW project is a transmission system operators driven project, promoting shared use of resources to foster transmission networks cross-border management of variable renewable energies and storage units.
The TRINITY project extends the topics of the previous project in the direction of the electricity market. The aim of this project is to accelerate and harmonize the development of the regional market, based on experience from other regions and knowledge of the situation in the region.
The EU-funded BALIHT project is designing new redox organic flow batteries that can work at temperatures of up to 80 °C. The new battery will be based on low-cost, abundant organic molecules that are easily dissolved in water, electrolytes comprising lignin, thin non-fluorinated membranes and carbon electrodes.
SYNERGY introduces a novel framework and references big data architecture that leverages data, primary or secondarily related to the electricity domain, coming from diverse sources in repose to the need for “end-to-end” coordination between the electricity sector stakeholders, not only in business terms but also in exchanging information between them.
The objective of the ATTEST project is to develop and operationalize a modular open source toolbox comprising a suite of innovative tools to support TSOs / DSOs operating, maintaining and planning the energy systems of 2030 and beyond in an optimised and coordinated manner, considering technical, economic and environmental aspects.
frESCO aims to engage with ESCOs and aggregators and enable the deployment of innovative business models on the basis of novel integrated energy service bundles that properly combine and remunerate local flexibility for optimizing local energy performance both in the form of energy efficiency and demand side management.