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Clean Energy Technology Observatory: Smart Grids in the European Union – 2022 Status Report on Technology Development, Trends, Value Chains and Markets
Current policies aim at a fundamental decarbonisation of the European economy which is still too dependent on fossil fuels.
Holistic evaluation of demand response events in real pilot sites: from baseline calculation to evaluation of Key Performance Indicators
Explicit demand response plays a significant role in the future energy grid transition, as it involves end consumers in smart grid activities and, at the same time, exploits the…
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sent gas prices to unprecedented highs.
Energy Smart Appliances (ESA) are the instrument to transform houses/buildings into smart. They also empower consumers in becoming active players of the smart grid.
This technical report presents a concise assessment of the Moroccan power system, in relation to the country’s pursued clean energy transition.
Methodology for integrating flexibility into realistic large-scale distribution network planning using Tabu search
A successful energy transition will be firmly based on the effective integration of distributed energy resources and on the integration of new flexibility providers into the…
The European energy system is facing unprecedented challenges and the electric power distribution sector is therefore required to move ahead fast with the evolving situation.
Interoperability becomes a key issue for smart grid systems, as the interaction between diverse components needs to lead to a normal system operation.
In this report, we investigate the role of regulatory experimentation as an innovation tool to enable and facilitate the energy transition.
The Energy Security, Distribution and Markets Unit has the Smart Grid Interoperability Laboratory (SGIL) situated in two sites, namely Ispra (Italy) and Petten (The Netherlands).