WINDGRID

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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.

Web2Energy

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Web2Energy
The project Web2Energy is directed to implement and approve all three pillars of 'Smart Distribution'. Smart Metering – the consumer participates in the energy market Smart Energy Management – Clustering of small power producers . Smart Distribution Automation – higher reliability of supply.

VSYNC

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Virtual Synchronous Machines (VSG's) For Frequency Stabilisation In Future Grids With A Significant Share Of Decentralized Generation
ELECTRICA is implementing The Virtual Synchronous Generator (GSV). ELECTRICA, together with the Polytechnic University from Bucharest and another eight research and education institutions from Western Europe, are part of a project to implement the virtual synchronous machines stabilizing the frequency in the distribution networks where there is a high degree of decentralized power generation (VSYNC project). The VSYNC was installed at Cheia in Prahova county (Romania) within the Power Distribution Branch “Electrica Distribution North Muntenia”.

Virtual Power Plant

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Virtual Power Plant
The aim of this pilot project is the demonstration of the technical and economical feasibility of the VPP concept-Within the project duration further decentralized power producer. Like CHP. Biomass or Windturbines. will be included into the VPP.

TWENTIES

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TWENTIES
TWENTIES Project aims to demonstrate through real-life. large-scale demonstrations. the benefits and impact of several critical types of technology required to improve the European transmission network. thus giving Europe the ability to increase the share of renewables in its energy mix by 2020 and beyond. while keeping its present reliability

The cell controller pilot project

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The cell controller pilot project
Via a full-scale SmartGrid development and demonstration project in a 60 kV distribution grid it is sought to achieve sufficient knowledge and a basis for a long-term re-design process. in order to turn the traditional passive distribution grids into active grids that can optimally utilise the growing volume of decentralised production.

SUSPLAN

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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.

SOL-ION

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SOL-ION
The Sol-ion kit has been developed to accommodate PV energy production of 5 kWp (peak) with a battery rated from 5 to 15 kWh and a nominal voltage of 170 V to 350 V. Li-ion is the only technology that meets the project’s need for 20-year battery life in demanding environmental conditions. The energy conversion and system management systems are designed to handle four system functions: multidirectional energy flows; self-consumption; grid support; back-up.

SmartHouse/SmartGrid

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Smart houses interacting with smart grids to achieve next-generation energy efficiency and sustainability
The SmartHouse/SmartGrid project sets out to validate and test how ICT-enabled collaborative technical-commercial aggregations of Smart Houses provide an essential step to achieve the needed radically higher levels of energy efficiency in Europe.

Smart-A

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Smart-A
The main objective of the Smart-A project is to identify and evaluate the potential synergies that arise from coordinating energy demand of domestic appliances with local sustainable energy generation but also with the requirements of regional load management in electricity networks.

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