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Generally Accepted Reliability Principle with Uncertainty modelling and through probabilistic Risk assessment
The GARPUR project designs, develops, assesses and evaluates such new reliability criteria to be progressively implemented over the next decades at a pan-European level, while maximising social welfare


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Modular Development Plan of the Pan-European Transmission System 2050
The e-Highway2050 project is supported by the EU Seventh Framework Programme and is aimed at developing a methodology to support the planning of the Pan-European Transmission Network, focusing on 2020 to 2050, to ensure the reliable delivery of renewable electricity and pan-European market integration. The project will result in a modular development plan for possible electricity high- ways and options for a complete pan-European grid architecture, based on various future power system scenarios.


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Future INtErnet Smart Utility ServiCEs
FINESCE builds on and extends the results of the FI-PPP FINSENY project to realise sustainable real time smart energy services. The consortium includes leading energy and ICT operators, manufacturers and service providers as well as research organisations and SMEs from all over Europe. Together, they contribute directly to strongly focused trials and business innovation. The project features a scale and scope ensuring the FINESCE results will drive the FI-WARE and Future Internet success and long-term exploitation internationally.


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Our society is facing both energy and competitiveness challenges. These challenges are tightly linked and require new dynamic interactions between energy producers and energy consumers, between machines, between systems, between people and systems, etc.


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ENERgy Saving Information Platform for Generation and Consumption Networks
The main objective of the ENERsip project is to:Create an adaptive, intelligent and open service-oriented platform that allows end users to optimise, in near real-time, and to save energy by remotely monitoring, controlling and coordinating power generation and consumption in neighbourhoods with residential and commercial buildings.The objective is both short-term, with respect to development and testing of prototypes, and also long-term, with respect to adoption of service-oriented compliant and energy efficiency solutions.


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INTelligent systems for Energy Prosumer buildIngs at District level
The INTrEPID project aims to develop technologies that will enable energy optimization of residential buildings, both performing an optimal control of internal sub-systems within the Home Area Network and also providing advanced mechanisms for effective interaction with external world, including other buildings, local producers, electricity distributors, and enabling energy exchange capabilities at district level. The project will have then three main objectives:A.


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Innovative tools for the future coordinated and stable operation of the pan-European electricity transmission system
Develop a dedicated innovative toolbox to support the grid security approach of transmission system operators (TSOs).


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Energy Positive Neighbourhoods Infrastructure Middleware based on Energy-Hub Concept Methodology
The goal of EPIC-HUB is to develop new methodology, architecture and services able to provide improved Energy Performances to Neighbourhoods (NBH), combining Energy-Hub-based Energy Optimization capabilities with a Seamless Integration of pre-existing energy ICT systems and other ICT system deployed.EPIC-HUB focuses on efficient Management, Control and Decision-Support Energy Policies at neighbourhood-level, defining an interoperable Middleware solution and a structured vision for the communities to use and share renewable energy sources, energy storage, and micro-generation, to consistently r


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Wind on the Grid: An integrated approach
Wind on the Grid is a project focused on preparation of the European electricity network for the large-scale integration of wind farms through the design. development and validation of new tools and devices for its planning. control and operation in a competitive market.


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Development of regional and Pan-European guidelines for more efficient integration of renewable energy into future infrastructures
The overall impact from SUSPLAN is contribution to a substantially increased share of renewable energy sources (RES) in Europe at an acceptable level of cost. thereby increasing security of supply and competitiveness of RES industry. The main objective is to develop guidelines for more efficient integration of RES into future infrastructures as a support for decision makers at regional as well as Pan-European level. The guidelines shall consist of strategies. recommendations. criteria and benchmarks for political.


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