DAMS4IRMA TA Success Story

DAMS4IRMA TA Success Story

TA success story: DAMS4IRMA Optimal Control Algorithms for Smart Buildings Topic: Distributed adaptive MPC agents for integrated energy resources management in smart buildings   Hosting facility: SYSLAB of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU)   Duration: 04.11.2018 -  23.02.2019; 29.10.2018

Successful ERIGrid Summer School “Advanced operation and control of active distribution networks”

Successful ERIGrid Summer School “Advanced operation and control of active distribution networks”

A successful Summer School on “Advanced operation and control of active distribution networks” took place in Athens on 10-14 June 2019. The event was co-organised by the ERIGrid project partners ICCS-NTUA and HEDNO, together with RTDS Technologies, and included a

ECOSMIC TA Success Story

ECOSMIC TA Success Story

ECOSMIC TA success story:Economic Assessment Framework for Microgrids   Topic: Techno-economic assessment of microgrids under 24h operation scenarios in islanded and grid-connected modes Hosting facilities: Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (CRES); Distributed Energy Resources Test Facility (RSE DER-TF);

SPEARHEAD TA Success Story

SPEARHEAD TA Success Story

SPEARHEAD TA Success Story:Electrification for Rural Areas and Developing Countries   Topic: Study of modular power electronics architectures as an enabler for multi-tier oriented rural electrification Hosting facility: Electric Energy Systems Laboratory (ICCS-NTUA) Duration: 30.04.2018 - 12.05.2018 Outcomes: factsheet, technical

ERIGrid Summer School on Advanced Operation and Control of Active Distribution Networks

ERIGrid Summer School on Advanced Operation and Control of Active Distribution Networks

ERIGrid project partners ICCS-NTUA and HEDNO join forces with RTDS Technologies to organise a Summer School "Advanced operation and control of active distribution networks" in Athens (GR) on 10-14 June 2019. Distribution networks have a key role in the transformation

Webinar Recording: Co-Simulation based Assessment Methods

Webinar Recording: Co-Simulation based Assessment Methods

On 9 April 2019 the ERIGrid consortium held a webinar on co-simulation based assessment methods showcasing best practices and experiences in the project. This webinar focused on the following topics: • Development of Co-simulation approach • Development of necessary interfaces, couplings,

Outcomes of the ERIGrid Spring School “Introduction to Real Time Simulation Environment and Application in Sustainable Energy Systems”

Outcomes of the ERIGrid Spring School “Introduction to Real Time Simulation Environment and Application in Sustainable Energy Systems”

On 4-6 March 2019, IEEE Student Branch of TU Delft organised a Spring School on Introduction to Real Time Simulation Environment within the framework of the ERIGrid project. The event took place at TU Delft’s Electrical Sustainable Energy Laboratory in

Register for ERIGrid Webinar “Co-Simulation Based Assessment Methods”

Register for ERIGrid Webinar “Co-Simulation Based Assessment Methods”

The ERIGrid project focuses on development of advanced simulation-based methods to test and validate smart grid scenarios. Smart Grid systems constitute models interconnected across different domains. The unavailability of a single simulation platform to test these systems is overcome by

Join ERIGrid Spring School “Introduction to Real Time Simulation Environment and Application in Sustainable Energy Systems”

Join ERIGrid Spring School “Introduction to Real Time Simulation Environment and Application in Sustainable Energy Systems”

The IEEE student branch of TU Delft and ERIGrid are organising a three-day spring school on 4-6 March 2019 in Delft (NL). The objective is to give the participants a basic introduction to real time simulation environment and its applications

Outcomes of the ERIGrid Workshop “Advanced power system testing using HIL simulation”

Outcomes of the ERIGrid Workshop “Advanced power system testing using HIL simulation”

On the 23 November 2018 ICCS-NTUA hosted an ERIGrid workshop entitled “Advanced power system testing using Hardware in the Loop simulation” in Athens (GR). The event was attended by 50 participants from academia, research institutes and industry from 12 European