NIGHT WIND

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Grid Architecture for Wind Power Production with Energy Storage through load shifting in Refrigerated Warehouses
The Night Wind project proposes to design grid architectures for Wind Power Production combined with Energy Storage means of load management of Refrigerated Warehouses (Cold Stores). Refrigerated Warehouses are constant power users. day and night.

NextGen

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NextGen
To contribute to the development of next generation communication system for system integration of distributed generation (NextGen) based on the new international IEC61850-family of open standards developed in these years

More Microgrids

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Advanced Architectures and Control Concepts for More Microgrids
The aims of this Test Facility is to: • Test centralized and decentralized control strategies in grid interconnected mode; • Test communication protocols and components including aspects related to energy trading; • A control and monitoring system built around IEC 61850 standard designed and prototyped; • Control strategies resulting from agent software to make use of these control and monitoring functions; • Development of intelligent modules embedding the required functions to allow a full integration of each generating/load unit into the system.

MIRABEL

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Micro-Request-Based Aggregation, Forecasting and Scheduling of Energy Demand, Supply and Distribution
The project’s main goal is to develop a concept for flex-offers that specify electricity demand and supply which is flexible in time and amount and an infrastructural approach to process lots of these flex-offers issued by small consumers and producers in near real-time.The possibility to shift demand within the mass of households developed within the MIRACLE project will allow for a higher share of fluctuating renewable energy sources in the energy mix on the grid and reduce the peak demand.

Marine Power Distribution Hub

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Marine Power Distribution Hub
Pilot project will analyse the need for and potential of a marina power distribution hub with smart-grid functionality for the expected increasing share of electrical tour- and pleasure boats in Denmark

Large-scale demonstration of charging of electric vehicles

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Large-scale demonstration of charging of electric vehicles
Developing of ChoosCOM for intelligent charging and communication with electric cars and is test it by 2400 families in 300 EVs. Main investigation is whether it is possible to move the charge of EVs to a more production and environmental friendly time – and is the EV owner interested in it.

Jouw Energie Moment B

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Muziekwijk Zwolle
Insight into the workings of technology incentives and interaction in order to mobilize flexibility from customer’s electricity usage in the city of Zwolle. participants will be provided with products and services to enable them to choose their preferred times to use electricity. Equipped with a special display and a smart washing machine, users will be able to choose whether they want to run their washing machine during times when their local sustainable electricity is produced by PV panels or at those when the cost of electricity is low on the wholesale market.

iTESLA

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Innovative Tools for Electrical System Security within Large Areas
The purpose of the iTESLA project is to develop a common toolbox, allowing the different TSOs to increase coordination and harmonize operating procedures.

iPower

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A Strategic Platform for Innovation and Research within Intelligent Electricity (SPIR)
The goal of the platform is to contribute to the development of an intelligent and flexible electricity system capable of handling a large part of sustainable electricity production in areas where production varies due to weather conditions (sun. wind etc).

Interactive meters, activating price flexible power consumption

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Interactive meters, activating price flexible power consumption
It is technically possible to manage and activate the potential for flexible electricity consumption in the segment of large office blocks and public buildings. Practical experiments have shown that it is somewhat more expensive to achieve flexibility in power consumption for old buildings than for newly built properties

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