ERIGrid successfully ended in 2020 but the work continues in the successor project ERIGrid 2.0. For further details please have a look a the corresponding website!

Starting from 2016 the ERIGrid research infrastructure project has been providing free laboratory access to engineers working in the domain of smart grids and DER. The Transnational Access programme supported successful applicants by offering the following:

  • travelling
  • accommodation
  • lab access to ERIGrid testing and simulation facilities
  • access to concentrated know-how and best practices in the field of smart grid systems and DER, such as: power system components characterisation and evaluation, smart grid ICT / automation validation, co-simulation, real-time simulation and Power/Controller Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL), and others.

With the past 6th call, ERIGrid has completed the Transnational Access programme. You can find more information about the outcomes of user projects here and their success stories here.

Should there be any further opportunities of free lab access, we will inform you directly if you subscribe to the ERIGrid newsletter.

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