ECO-LIFE

Project full name: 
ECO-LIFE
The objective of ECO-Life project is to establish a replicable planning & implementation approach and to demonstrate innovative and integrated energy concepts in supply and demand side in municipalities in LT, BE and DK to reach the goal of zero CO2. The local ECO-life projects are integrated in large climate action initiatives in the municipalities.The project will use 100 % RES. Concerning RUE, LT is representing huge refurbishment potential in East Europe, BE focuses on social housing and DK represents the next level of energy efficiency.

Smart and Cool

Project full name: 
Smart and Cool
Smart and Cool Project is a research project aimed at creating the right knowledge and the right regulatory tools to balance electricity consumption in supermarkets with electricity production.

Arrowhead

Project full name: 
Arrowhead
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.

Smart City Kalundborg

Project full name: 
Smart City Kalundborg
Smart City Kalundborg is a demonstration project. The purpose of Smart City Kalundborg is to demonstrate the optimized use of renewable energy and decentralized energy production and energy management opportunities.It will demonstrate in real life how a city can achieve optimum energy efficiency. This will be done by enabling the systems controlling electricity, water, heating, transport and buildings to communicate. An open platform will be established for the purpose, and a number of businesses will throw in their technology and know-how.

IDE4L

Project full name: 
IDE4L
The IDE4L project will define, develop and demonstrate the entire system of distribution network automation, IT systems and applications for active network management. Active distribution networks will utilize distributed energy resources (DERs) for network management including both real time operation and long-term network planning viewpoints.

STRONgrid

Project full name: 
Smart transmission grid operation and control
This project seeks to develop better tools for addressing the increasing need to move electricity across national borders. More interconnected electricity grids in both the Nordic region and Europe are seen as an important facilitator of more sustainable energy systems, and international cooperation is critical in achieving this vision

E-Mobility NSR

Project full name: 
North Sea Region Electric Mobility Network
The project aims to increase accessibility by fostering the diffusion of e-mobility and stimulating the use of public and private electric car transport as well as freight across the North Sea Region (NSR).Specific project objectives are: To provide state of the art information which may help policy development in e-mobility in the NSR; To provide insight on gaps and needs in respect of infra-structure, logistics, and preliminary standards for multi charging techniques; To develop a NSR smart grid concept with charging points, hence increasing accessibility in the region; To provide a long-ter

INTREPID

Project full name: 
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.

GREENCOM

Project full name: 
GREENCOM
The aim of the GreenCom project is to utilise the flexibility and intelligence in the low-voltage demand and local supply side infrastructure to create increased regulation capacity and reserve power in the centralised power grid by extending the means to effectively and securely manage and control the demand and supply within defined boundaries. The project thus aims to balance the local exchange of energy at the community microgrid level, to avoid affecting the centralized grid with instability.

FINSENY

Project full name: 
Future Internet for Smart Energy
The energy supply will need to evolve into a dynamic system to provide the smart energy infrastructure needed to support society in 2020 and beyond. Future Internet technologies will play a critical role in the development of Smart Energy infrastructures, enabling new functionality while reducing costs.In the FINSENY project, key actors from the ICT and energy sectors will team-up to identify the ICT requirements of Smart Energy Systems. This will lead to the definition of new solutions and standards, verified in a large scale pan-European Smart Energy trial.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Denmark